Camp Manatee will be hosting one-day teacher planning day camps on Tuesday, February 16th and April 8th, as well as Spring Camp on March 21st – March 25th. Space is limited and online registration is available. We are now requiring registration no later than a week before the camp either online or by phone for all one day, winter and spring camps. Online registration links are below for your convenience.

If you experience any difficulty registering for the camps, please call or email Aimee.

Camp Session Date of Camp Must Register by Link
One Day Camp – Love Birds February 16th, 2016 February 9th, 2016 https://goo.gl/fkdSl6
Spring Camp March 21st – 25th, 2016 March 14th, 2016 https://goo.gl/ev0VGf
One Day Camp – Spring Flowers April 8th, 2016 April 1st, 2016 https://goo.gl/tKq571

Spring Camp Flyer 2016

Camp Manatee One-Day Camp 2015-2016

One Day camp schedule 2015-2016

Registration for Camp Manatee Summer 2015 session starts May 1st. Online registration is available.
For more information, call 305-944-6111 or email archcreek@miamidade.gov.
Flyer PDF: Camp Manatee Summer 2015

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Camp Manatee Summer 2015 flyer

Camp Manatee Spring Camp will be held at the Greynolds Park Boathouse from March 23rd through March 27th. Registration can be done online at http://goo.gl/nccfX1. If you have any questions or need help registering, please call 305-944-6111 or email archcreek@miamidade.gov. Spring Camp 2015

Spring Camp 2015 flyerSpring camp schedule 2015

Miami-Dade EcoAdventures is now hiring for summer camp & naturalist staff!

Available Positions:
Summer Camp Counselors – Camp Manatee (North Miami Beach)
Summer Adventures – Crandon Adventures (Key Biscayne) & Arch Creek Park (North Miami)

Summer is a total of 11 weeks (Jun 8 – Aug 21). An additional week before and after is possible.

Applicants must be at least 17 years old to apply.

It is strongly recommended that applicants possess a drivers license and are CPR & First Aid certified.

To apply go to: www.miamidade.gov/jobs

Job Search : Park Service Aide (Seasonal/Temporary) #33568
DEADLINE: MARCH 22, 2015

Submit a resume & cover letter to:
Aimee Scott – ascott@miamidade.gov
Lael Pascual – lp861@miamidade.gov

For questions, please call
Camp Manatee/Arch Creek: 305-944-6111
Crandon Adventures: 305-361-6767 x112

2015 Programs – PDFWinter-Spring Happenings - Jan.Feb.Mar 2015Spring-Summer Happenings - Apr.May.Jun 2015

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Aimee Scott
(305) 944-6111
ascott@miamidade.gov

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SAVE THE FROGS!
A Guest Lecture on Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century
Sunday, January 11th

(MIAMI, December 17, 2014) — Miami EcoAdventures will host SAVE THE FROGS! founder Dr. Kerry M. Kriger who will deliver a presentation on “Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century” on Sunday, January 11, 2015 at Camp Greynolds, located at 18601 NE 22nd Ave, North Miami Beach, FL 33160. The event is free and open to the public.

How long do frogs live? How many types of frogs are there? What’s the difference between a frog and a toad? Why are frogs disappearing worldwide and what are can be done to save them? Dr. Kriger answers all these questions and more as he introduces the audience to Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century. The presentation features many of Dr. Kriger’s photos of amphibians from around the world, and there will be a question and answer session following the presentation.

WHO:              Miami EcoAdventures
WHAT:            Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century
WHEN:            Sunday, January 11, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
WHERE:         Camp Greynolds – 18601 NE 22nd Avenue, North Miami Beach, FL 33160 – (305) 944-6111

Dr. Kerry M. Kriger is the Founder & Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS! (www.savethefrogs.com), the world’s leading amphibian conservation organization. He conceived and coordinates Save The Frogs Day, the world’s largest day of amphibian education and conservation action, and has given presentations on amphibian conservation in 11 countries.

Dr. Kriger holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Griffith University in Gold Coast, Australia, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He is a recognized expert on the amphibian disease chytridiomycosis, a topic on which he has published 15 articles in peer-reviewed international scientific journals. Dr. Kriger’s amphibian conservation efforts have been supported by the National Geographic Society, the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund and various philanthropic organizations throughout the world.

To request material in accessible format, information on access for persons with disabilities, or sign language interpreter services (7 days in advance), call (305) 755-7848.