Monday February 19, 2018
(President’s Day)
8:30am – 5:00pm
Ages 10-14

Investigate how watersheds work! Visit the North Olympic Land Trust team in Port Angeles to learn about conserving important local watersheds, then van out to the Lyre Conservation Area past Joyce. Trek one mile down an unpaved trail to the mouth of the river. Along the way explore the history of this area, using your senses to help create nature journals to document your journey. Lunch at the beach, and explore the shore. On the return to the trail head, ‘free the trees’ with the Clallam County Conservation District by removing protective rings that have been preventing saplings from being eaten by moles and other creatures. The trees have outgrown their rings and they need to be removed before the tree is damaged. Return to Feiro with a sense of accomplishment from your adventure.

What to bring:
Water bottle
Layers for warmth**

(A Sanican is available at the Conservation Area.)

All other supplies and transportation are provided by Feiro.
Two adult instructors will accompany the group. Transportation will be by passenger van, operated by an experienced, licensed, and insured driver. Drop-off and pick-up are both at Feiro Marine Life Center at City Pier, 315 N. Lincoln St., Port Angeles.

Maximum 10 campers

Non-member fee $100
Member fee $85

  1. Complete a registration form
  2. Pay by credit card at or visit Feiro to pay in person. First come, first served until program is full.

Refunds available through Monday, February 12, less a 10% processing fee. No refunds will be made after Feb 12, unless the program is cancelled due to weather or safety conditions. A cancelled program will be refunded in full.

**Please dress for the elements. This program largely takes place outdoors. If safety conditions require cancellation, we will give 24 hours advance notice (8:30am on Sunday Feb 18). A cancelled program will be refunded in full.

For questions, contact Rachele Brown, Education Manager at or call 360-417-6254



Club Focus
Learn more about the world of designing, building, testing and competing in underwater robotics challenges.

In 2016 and 2017, club participants competed at the national SeaPerch competition in Baton Rouge and Atlanta. Teams also compete regionally at Olympic High School in Kitsap County.

We are enormously grateful to our sponsors who help offset the costs of this program in 2018: Beta Nu Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society and the Landing Mall (who hosts our water-based practice site).



2018 Summer Program Details Will be Posted by March 1

Junior Oceanographer (Ages 5-12) – join educators from Feiro and NOAA Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary to investigate, explore and get inspired by what is found in the ocean. Camp includes science, art, physical activities, and lots of outdoor time. (Age is when camp session starts, please.)

Jr O Binocs Natalie
Natalie Practices Southern Resident Orca Identification

2018 Early Bird Rates Before May 15, 2018

$130 for all camps running 9:00-3:00

$150 for all camps running 9:00-3:00

2018 Standard Rates Effective May 15, 2018


$150 for all camps running 9:00-3:00


$175 for all camps running 9:00-3:00

Scholarships are available for all camps. See registration form for details.

Note refund policy refunds offered up to 1 week before camp start date, minus 10% processing fee.