June 24th – 28th
Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 12 PM
Grades 3 – 6
at The World Center for Birds of Prey
5668 W Flying Hawk Ln, Boise, ID 83709
$162 for Cabin members (learn more about Cabin membership here) – $197 everyone else
Get up close and personal with winged friends and let your writing soar.
Science and the humanities share the goal of helping humans understand our place in the natural world. At the World Center for Birds of Prey, you’ll learn from scientists about important birds of prey conservation projects and then strike out with your Cabin teaching-writer to transform your new knowledge into wildlife-inspired poems and short stories.
A collaboration of The Cabin and The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey.
Things to Know When Registering:
- Your camp purchase includes an anthology featuring writing from your camper! This will be mailed to you before the winter holidays.
- We want to spell your kid’s name right in the anthology! Please double-check spelling.
- *NEW THIS YEAR* Your registration confirmation will include a link to a form that will ask for more required information about your camper like allergies and grade level. If you could fill this out as soon as possible, we won’t have to bug you as much.
- Are you a current Cabin member looking for access to member pricing? Either log in to your OvationTix account (instruction here) or enter the member code provided in your members-only emails.
- Not currently a member and interested in discounted camps? Learn more about Cabin membership here. Hot tip: when you put your membership in the cart first and then add your camp member pricing will become available to you.
This camp is taught by Hannah Rodabaugh!
Hannah Rodabaugh received an MA in literature from Miami University and an MFA in poetry from Naropa University. Her poetry has been published in magazines like Berkeley Poetry Review, ROAR Magazine, Horse Less Review, Written River, Nerve Lanternand others. She has a chapbook of poems titled With Words: Verse in Concordance modeled after dictionary entries out from Dancing Girl Press. She also has poetry in Flim Forum Press’ anthology A Sing Economy and Nerve Lantern’s Yoko Ono: A Tribute to Yoko Ono, a collection of writing in response to Yoko Ono’s performance art. She recently received grants from the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the Alexa Rose Foundation, and she is a 2017 Artist in Residence for Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve. She works as a teaching writer at The Cabin and as a co-curator for Ghosts & Projectors, a Boise-based poetry reading series.