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Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge hosts spring break camp

| Hansen Hasenberg
While students and teachers had a week off from school during spring break, the folks at Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge were hard at work hosting a spring break camp for kids ages 8 to 13. Despite hosting camps before, this was the first time Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge had hosted one during spring break. The purpose of the camps at Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge are to help educate youth on all things animalia, from biology to ecology to the dangers they face from humans and other animals.
Emma Bucey, the conservation and rehabilitation educator for Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge, shows a manatee skull to students at the Refuge’s spring break camp. The camp was held March 13 to 17.


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