Early American Spies & Nature Detective Camp

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Ages 7-12. July 28-August 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spend the first part of the day honing espionage techniques the first Americans used in late 18th through mid-19th centuries. Campers will make and use invisible ink; create communication codes; and travel behind enemy lines. The second part of the day will be spent in Nature Detectives Camp where campers will investigate the wonders of nature. Campers will learn bird identification, testing water quality, cooking with solar heat and animal track identification. The Nature Detectives Camp is presented and sponsored by The Eastern Shore Soil and Water Conservation District. Campers need to bring a packed lunch each day. Tuition is $165 ($150 for members) and all materials, a snack, and a T-shirt are included.