Since 1936, the Audubon Camp in Maine has offered environmental education programs for adults, teens, families and conservation leaders on Hog Island in Muscongus Bay, Maine.
“I have been to many places all over the USA. I have
attended many bird outings, conferences, and conventions in the last 25 years. This was the
We are pleased to offer a diversity of residential programs for 2013 on the legendary Audubon Camp in Maine programs on Hog Island. The sessions are taught by some of the country’s leading birders, scientists, authors and environmental educators. See instructor photos and bios.
Building on the traditions of Hog Island’s legendary ornithology
instructors, Roger Tory Peterson and Allan D. Cruickshank, today’s instructors are
world-class ornithologists and enthusiastic teachers. Group sizes of 10 to 15 participants ensure personalized instruction for all.
Accommodations at Hog Island are in authentic early-20th-century
buildings at the edge of the sea. Our renowned chef, Janii Laberge, serves extraordinary meals
in an historic farmhouse that looks out onto Muscongus Bay.