Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

Established in 1968 – A Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1970

Audubon Camp – Summer 2018 – Photos

DOAS 2018 Nature Camps
We had a wonderful summer camp season this year with a total of three sessions and 32 children attending.  Our camp staff did a great job orchestrating fun, nature-focused activities under the direction of Megan Langan, with the assistance of Liz Brown and Chris DeCesare.  Our third session was added this year for children entering first and second grades in a collaborative session with the Oneonta World of Learning (OWL) at Fortin Park.  Thank you to our special guests who presented in their areas of expertise – Andy Mason, Eileen Kline, Rod Sutton and Gary Graver.  We also thank the board at OWL and the Community Foundation of South Central NY for their help in getting the new session off the ground, as well as DOAS Business Sponsor, Rod Spangle, Antique Clock Repair in Unadilla and all individuals who contributed scholarship donations ($230 in scholarship funding was awarded to offset costs for those who needed a little extra help with the program registration fees).  Anyone interested in becoming a DOAS Business Sponsor or making a scholarship donation for our camp fund can contact Susan O’Handley, DOAS Education Chair at or by phone at 607-643-5680.




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P.O. Box 544
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 397-3815

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