Campers will have fun while they learn about local wildlife through educational activities, games, crafts, and meeting live animals. Have you ever wondered how an owl flies silently? Or why raccoons wash their food? Friends of Texas Wildlife's Summer Day Camp will help kids learn the answers to those questions and many more. Camp dates are June 7, 9, & 11 (M, W, F) and the hours are 10:00-2:00. The camp fee includes a T-shirt, several crafts, and a daily snack. Campers should wear closed toe shoes, bring a water bottle and a sack lunch.