WAITLIST: Tarpon: Eco-Explorers

DISCLAIMER: THIS IS A WAIT LIST. THIS IS NOT TBW DISCOVERY CENTER SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION. ONLY PROCEED WITH THIS FORM IF DISCOVERY CENTER SUMMER CAMP IS FULL. THIS WILL PLACE YOU ON OUR WAITLIST.

Wait List Information: If an opening becomes available we will contact you via the phone/email provided on a first come first serve basis by week. Please select all weeks that you are interested in attending. If you are contacted about a spot opening, Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center staff has the prerogative to move to the next patron on the waitlist after 48 hours after contact, if there is no response or action taken. If you are selected and accept to fill an available spot a payment portal link will be sent. Your spot is not confirmed until payment has been accepted. Thank you for understanding we appreciate your continued support!

 

 

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The Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center at the St. Pete Pier is excited to host our summer camp programs to two age groups: our Sea Squirts (ages 6-8) and our Tarpon camp (ages 9-12). Please select a camp week that corresponds with your child's age. Children must be the appropriate age before the chosen camp week.

All camps are week long from 9:00 am- 4:00 pm.

Please select your preferred summer camp session(s), fill out all registration information and then proceed to your check-out cart (do not leave the first registration page before you are ready to proceed to your check-out cart or you may lose any filled fields). All starred registration fields are required. Upon checking out you may input your membership discount code. This code is the same for all Tampa Bay Watch summer camps. If you do not have your discount code, and you are a current member, please call 727-291-4103 to obtain your discount code. 

All campers will get a chance to spend time in our exhibit galley, enjoy hands-on labs, snorkel, and spend time on our brand new Eco-boat! Additionally all camps will be themed to keep camp new and interesting for returning Tampa Bay Watch campers! See camp More Information document on our website for more camp details. For any questions or issues with Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center Camp Registration please email zdekeles@tampabaywatch.org or call 727-291-4103. Thank you!

 

Sea Squirt Camp (6-8 yo):

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    • June 20-24 Animals Big & Small
      • From teeny, tiny to absolutely ginormous, animals come in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Come compare and contrast what makes these animals special to the land and to the ocean.
    • July 18-22 Show and Shell
      • Turtles would surely look different without their shell to protect them! Shell-ebrate the importance of shells for the life that relies on them to survive. Each day we will learn and interact with species who have unique methods for protection.
    • August 1-5 Critter Conservation
      • There is a wide variety of living creatures in the world, and many of them call the Tampa Bay Estuary their home. Together we will learn about the types of species in our environment, and ways we can protect their home.

 

Tarpon Camp (9-12 yo):

    • June 13-17 Athletic Animals
      • Would a cheetah beat a sailfish in a race? Is a shark's jaw stronger than a lions? Come learn about the special advantages certain animals have over one another, and whether they have what it takes to be considered an apex predator.
    • June 27 - July 1 Eco-Explorers
      • Discover what species live within different habitats, from the sweltering desert all the way to the freezing tundra. Join us as we explore the variety of habitats from all across the globe.
    • July 11-15 Ocean Heroes
      • Do you have what it takes to be an ocean hero? Investigate some of the threats our ecosystem faces, and identify solutions that can protect our wildlife. Learn ways to make responsible, eco-friendly choices in your everyday life.
    • July 25-29 Athletic Animals
      • Would a cheetah beat a sailfish in a race? Is a shark's jaw stronger than a lions? Come learn about the special advantages certain animals have over one another, and whether they have what it takes to be considered an apex predator.

 

 

 


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