Camp Check-in: July 9th > 2:30-3:00 pm. Camp Check-out: July 14th > 12:30 pm *Program & Wildlife Tour: 11:15am *Group Lunch at 12:00 pm

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1 Advanced Wildlife Quick Reference Guide Camp Check-in: July 9th > 2:30-3:00 pm Camp Check-out: July 14th > 12:30 pm *Program & Wildlife Tour: 11:15am *Group Lunch at 12:00 pm How to Stay Connected with your Camper: > Put your camper's name in the Subject Line >Snail Mail: Camper's Name, Camp Name, Eagle Bluff Goodview Dr. Lanesboro, MN >Daily Photos: Uploaded on Flickr. A unique URL will be ed to you before camp starts. >Phone Message: If you have any questions during the camp week, please do not hesitate to contact Jenna by phone (listed above) or Camp Checklist Medical Release Form: Complete and mail in or bring with to camp check-in Medication Permission Form (if needed): Complete and mail in this optional form or bring with to camp check-in Review packing list and behavior expectations Check your personal Quick Reference Guide or for the Amount Due at Check-in

2 Advanced Wildlife: Camper Info Page 2 Advanced Wildlife Packing List Campers, you are responsible for bringing personal items and clothing that are appropriate for the season. You will be spending a lot of time outdoors, so it is important to come prepared for all types of weather. Required! Eagle Bluff Med Form Clothing & Gear Shorts (5-6) T-shirts (5-6) Sweatshirt (2-3) Long pants (2-3 pairs) Underwear (5) Socks (5-6) Pajamas Rain jacket Swimsuits/swimming clothes* (1-2) Shoes** (outdoor, water/mud, & indoor): Read **note CAREFULLY Water bottle A durable backpack for the camp out (e.g. most school backpacks) Optional Camera*** Medication Permission Form Twin fitted sheet Cards/Games Journal Sunglasses Quiet activity such as a book, magazine, word puzzles, etc. Wrist watch Hat Please leave at home Cell phones, tablets, ipods, etc. Snacks: pop, candy, gum, etc. Hair dryers, etc. Money Firearms Personal Items Pillow & Sleeping Bag Towels (1-2, Shower & Swimming) Shampoo & Conditioner, Soap Toothbrush and toothpaste Brush or comb Deodorant Contacts & Glasses Sunscreen & Bug Spray Headlamp (Preferred over a flashlight) *Swimming Suit/Swimming Clothes: All male campers must wear boxer type swim trunks and bring a t-shirt or tank to wear. Female campers can wear a one-piece swimming suit, or a modest bikini. However, a shirt must also be worn over the bikini top. A pair of shorts and t-shirt can be worn in place of a swimming suit. >Swimming at Eagle Bluff: A favorite camp activity for many is wading and swimming in the Root River. At our swimming location there is a slow current with water depths between 1-6 feet. Campers will be wearing PFDs for swimming no matter their swimming ability. **Shoes: For swimming, canoeing, and exploring the river and pond, shoes with a backing must be worn- no flip flops or Crocs allowed for water activities. Anything from water shoes, to Tevas, Keens, Chacos, or an old pair of tennis shoes works well as these shoes WILL get wet and muddy. You will also want to bring along a pair of tennis shoes for our activities on land and a comfy pair for in the dorms. ***Camera: Please read the section on Page 7 about Camp Photos.

3 Eagle Bluff welcomes you to the 2017 Advanced Wildlife Camp! Advanced Wildlife: Camper Info Page 3 We are looking forward to seeing you at Eagle Bluff this summer! Some of the week s highlights to look forward to include: Fine tuning our raptor care and handling skills Enjoying a camp out by the Root River Tracking animals and each other through the woods of Eagle Bluff Seeing old friends and making new ones Learning about as many animals as possible Within this packet you will find the information and details needed to prepare for all of those exciting activities and more. The bright, colorful page is intended to be a go-to reference guide with important dates and times, the contact information for parents, and the packing list. The remainder of the packet includes details about camp life at Eagle Bluff and Behavior Expectations. Parents/guardians, please look over all the materials carefully and review them with your child. If you have any questions before camp starts, don t hesitate to contact Eagle Bluff. We look forward to seeing you soon! -The Eagle Bluff Camp Staff: Jenna, Carly, Lizzie, & Karra

4 Advanced Wildlife: Camper Info Page 4 Advanced Wildlife Behavior Expectations We re getting unplugged! So please leave cell phones & tablets at home! Campers are only allowed to make phone calls if there is an emergency. An Eagle Bluff staff member will facilitate the process and the call will be made from our phones. Your space is yours Their space is theirs! Campers are only allowed in their dorm room. If you want to hang out together to talk or play games, you can do so in the commons area (i.e. hallway, homeroom, picnic tables). For the most part, there is no room changing. If you request a room change, a staff member must approve of the change. Campers need their beauty sleep! Lights out for Advanced Wildlife campers is at around 10:30 PM every night. We ask that all campers start getting ready for bed a half hour before lights out. Snacks are the best...but not in your room! As we live in a fairly rural setting, snacks and other beverages attract extra, unwanted animal attention. So if you bring food or drinks to camp, it will be stored in the office and given back at the end of camp. And to make sure your stomach stays happy, we will be providing snacks throughout the day and night. We need to protect our feet shoes are essential! Campers must wear shoes, including in the water, at all times except while in the dorm. Get down with the 4 Respects! Eagle Bluff expects campers to follow the 4 respects. 1. Respect Yourself. 2. Respect Others. 3. Respect Eagle Bluff Equipment. 4. Respect the Environment. Campers will be given 15 minute time-outs for poor behavior choices. Repeat offenders will receive a call home and if the behavior continues the camper will be sent home. Severe misconduct which puts yourself, others, or property in danger will result in you being sent home immediately. Steps of Consequences. 1. Verbal warning & redirecting 2. Removal from activity 3. Call home to parent/guardian 4. Get picked up by a parent/guardian

5 Advanced Wildlife: Parent Info Page 5 Arrival and Check-In: *Arrival and check-in is on Sunday July 9th in the Dorm Lobby from 2:30-3:00 PM.* During check-in, you will receive a more detailed camp schedule, the chance to talk with any staff about questions or concerns you may have, and the opportunity to help your camper settle into their dorm room. Carpooling to camp with a friend is more than acceptable just make sure that your camper has all of the required forms and meds, if needed, for check-in. Directions to Eagle Bluff: From the north, south, or west: Take Hwy 52 to Fountain. Follow brown directional signs to turn left and travel 8 miles east on Hwy 8. Turn left on County Rd 21 and travel 1 1/4 miles. Turn right on Goodview Dr (gravel) and travel 2 1/2 miles to the Eagle Bluff Campus. From the east: Take State Hwy 16 to Lanesboro. Go north on Hwy 250 (Parkway Ave) for about a 1/2 mile until you are approaching downtown. Turn left on County Rd 8 (Between Root River Outfitters and Mrs. B's Inn) and travel 2 miles. Follow brown directional signs to turn right on County Rd 21 (blacktop) and travel 1 1/4 miles. Turn right on Goodview Dr (gravel) and travel 2 1/2 miles to the Eagle Bluff Campus. Upon arrival, please park in the large parking lot (to the left) and follow the walking path to the dorm for check-in (to the right). Camp Payment: Advanced Wildlife required at minimum a $75, non-refundable deposit at the time of camp registration. If only the deposit has been paid, the remaining balance will be paid at camp check-in. That remaining amount can be paid via cash, check, or credit card. Checks can be made payable to Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center. Check the Quick Reference Guide for the remaining amount you owe, if any, to Eagle Bluff at check-in. If sponsored by an MDHA Chapter, there is no payment due at check-in. *Cancellation Policy*: Cancellations made 15 days prior to the start of camp will receive a full refund less the deposit. Cancellations made less than 15 days will be charged the full amount. Medical Release Form & Medications: A completed Medical Release Form is required for all campers and must be returned at the latest by camp check-in. Please feel free to send it prior to camp, to allow staff to prepare for any special medical or food allergy needs. Eagle Bluff will hold and dispense all camper medication, including over the counter medications. If your camper will need to take medication during camp, a Medication Permission Form will need to be completed, signed, and returned at the time of check-in. Medication must be in its original container. The prescription medication container must include camper's name, dosages, and times. Forms are available online on the Summer Camps page, or contact Eagle Bluff to obtain a copy.

6 Advanced Widlife: Parent Info Page 6 The Dorm Rooms: Campers will be staying in our dormitory. Each room can house eight people and has its own shower, toilet, two sinks, and storage cubbies. The camp coordinator has taken into account any roommate preferences listed on your camper s registration form. No food or beverages are allowed in the dorm room. Please do not send any candy or other snack items as there may be campers with severe food allergies who may come in contact with the item. Campers will be spending a good amount of time outdoors. Refer to the packing list and bring clothing and outerwear appropriate for the weather. Activities are held outside rain or shine, and being prepared is key! Campers are not allowed to use the phone while attending camp. If there is an emergency or behavioral problem, Eagle Bluff will the contact parents/guardians directly. We strongly encourage a camp free from cell phones. Please leave cell phones at home! Dining Hall: We aim to create meals that are full of flavor and nutrition, prepared from scratch whenever possible, and utilizing locally sourced ingredients. Campers will be involved in our FoodWISE program, which encourages kids to take what they eat, and eat what they take. Campers will assist with clearing the dining hall table and weighing their food waste at each meal. If your child has food allergies or dietary needs that weren't noted on their registration form, please contact Eagle Bluff prior to your arrival so the kitchen staff can make the appropriate accommodations. Stay connected to your camper: The quick reference guide has all of the information for keeping track of your child while they re at camp. Feel free to share this information with other family members and friends if they re interested. We ll be posting pictures to a private Flickr album, accessible via a shared link. The link will be ed to parents the week before camp starts. Each day staff will upload photos, and it s a great way to see pictures of your child throughout the week while at their activities! You may contact your camper through the mail or . Typically, s received before 4:00 pm are delivered the same day. s received after 4:00 pm will be delivered the following day. You may call Eagle Bluff s main phone to talk to an Eagle Bluff staff member or to leave a message, but we will not be letting the campers use the phone while attending camp. If there is an emergency or behavioral problem, an Eagle Bluff staff member will contact the parents/guardians directly. If you need to contact the Summer Camps Coordinator, use the info below: Jenna Moon or

7 Departure: *The last day of camp is Friday, July 14th, with an official pick-up time of 12:30 PM.* Advanced Wildlife: Parent Info Page 7 But you are welcome to join us on campus earlier for: >A Wildlife Camp Presentation by the Campers: 11:15 AM > Lunch with family & friends: 12:00 PM Friends and family are first invited to a Wildlife Presentation at 11:15 AM. The campers will be sharing what they did and learned throughout their week at camp. There is also a group lunch on the last day of camp. Lunch will be served in the dining hall at 12:00 PM on July 14th. Parents and other family are welcomed to join their camper for the meal dinner. Meal price is $6 per person, kids five and under eat free. Sign up for the meal will take place at check-in. If you can t attend the group lunch, the official pick-up time is 12:30 PM. The camper needs to check-out with an Eagle Bluff staff member before heading home. At check-in we will be asking for the name/s of the person/s picking up your child and their contact information. We will need confirmation from the camper before they leave that they are heading home with the correct person/s. If they leave without confirmation, we will be calling the camper's parents to confirm their safe departure. Gift Shop: Eagle Bluff s gift shop will be open on the last day of camp from 11:30-12:45 PM. Items in the gift shop range in prices from $0.25 to $ Campers will not need any money during the week. Camp Photos: Eagle Bluff camp staff will be taking photographs of the campers during activities, meals, & free time. A few of the photos will be posted in the Flickr album throughout the week, but the majority of the camp photos will be uploaded to a separate Flickr album. Parents will receive access to the photo album about one week after camp ends, upon completion of our parent survey, free of charge.

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