The Ohio Wildlife Center offers day campers a fun-filled week learning about Ohio's native wildlife through up-close live animal encounters, games, crafts, hikes and experiencing the beauty of the natural world in the magnificent setting of the outdoor education center located in Delaware County.
The Ohio Wildlife Center is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and education center that receives over 4,000 wild animal patients each year and provides programs for nearly 200,000 central Ohioans.
OWC is now able to offer daycamps at our new outdoor education center in Powell, Ohio.
Each day, children will meet and learn to care for some of our wildlife animal ambassadors, find out how their wild cousins live in the wild as well as how people can help wildlife in their own backyards. Campers will have the opportunity to help with the feeding, care and enrichment of the animals that live at the center. Campers will have a take-home craft and make bird houses and bird feeders from recycled materials.
Activities and Features
Religious Emphasis None
Outdoor Activities Hiking
Other Activities Wildlife education care and husbandry of live animals wildlife art and photography interactive amphibian pond rleated games and crafts