Ten days on Hog Island

Casanave, Suki; Muskie, Stephen O.
June 1993
Yankee;Jun93, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p66
Discusses the experiences of children on a ten-day summer camp in Hog Island, Audubon Society's ecology camp in Muscongus Bay, Maine. Size of the island; First Audubon Nature Camp made available by Todd Bingham; Cultivating a love for nature; Contact information about Hog Island.


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