Spring Break Camp

March 23-27, 2020

Important Notice Regarding COVID-19

As of March 17th, Tracy Aviary is closed to visitors and all education programs through the end of the month are canceled. This was a tough decision for us to make because we know our camps are much-needed services for you and your family. However, our decision was made based on state and federal recommendations and is for the safety of our participants and staff. If you have already registered for a program, you will receive an email soon with available options. Tracy Aviary is committed to keeping our audience engaged. Please keep checking our website and social media channels for fun, educational activities. At this time, we also want to be of service to you and your family. If your child needs help with online coursework or if you would like us to make available certain education activities (including photos, videos, or hands-on activities), please reach out to our Director of Education, Michelle, at . We also have a list of community resources should your family need them.

Single, Full-day Camps Available

Tracy Aviary offers camps for two age groups: Kindergarten-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade. Each camp runs one full day from 9am to 4pm. Our camps explore different springtime themes through crafts, activities, and most importantly nose-to-beak experiences with Tracy Aviary’s feathered friends. Because each day is different, you are free to choose the camps that appeal to you and your child’s interests.

Back for 2020! We’re partnering with Play-Well TEKnologies again to take our Spring Break Camps to a whole new level of fun! Campers will spend half of each day exploring Tracy Aviary and the other half getting hands-on with LEGO!

Camp Menu

A Mess of Nests
Monday, March 23

They weave, they burrow, they collect, they construct. From fashioning with feathers to molding with mud, birds are skilled artists at creating a safe haven for their little ones. Join us as we study the nests of our Aviary residents and then build our own creations, both bird and kid-sized!

Break Out of Your Shell
Tuesday, March 24

Spring is all about eggs, with their spots, dots, flecks, and specks! Join us as we check out how birds raise their chicks from eggs to fledglings leaving the nest. We’ll observe real, live bird parents in action and get to test our own egg-tending skills with games, adventures, and up-close encounters with new bird friends.

Fowl Food Fiesta
Wednesday, March 25

Worms and berries and algae—oh my! Whether it’s a meaty meal or a fruity feast, we will uncover all the mysteries of how birds get their food and what exactly they’re eating. Be prepared to test your bird food-finding skills and your taste buds with games, crafts, and kid-friendly snacks that are beak-lickin’ good.

High Flying Colors
Thursday, March 26

Join us this spring as we search for the blue of a cuckoo’s egg, the red of a house finch, and the rainbow of a toucan’s beak in this art-focused camp. We will explore what color really means for birds through creative crafts, yummy snacks, and new friends, human and feathered alike. 

Native Neighbors
Friday, March 27

Spring is a time for new beginnings, from bright blossoms to chirping chicks. Come learn how to attract new friends to your backyard and how to tell what they are once you see them! In this camp we will make bird feeders, play exciting games, and discover birds that live among us right here in Utah. 


Registration Fees and Discounts

Regular price for one day of camp is $65 + Eventbrite Fees.

When registering for camps, check the description on the registration page for promotional codes! If a code applies to you, you may enter it by clicking the “Register” button and then clicking “Enter Promotional Code” at the top of the pop-up window.  Family and Family Plus Members get $5 off each day of camp.

Before and After Care Fees

For EACH one-day session:

Before Care (8am-9am) $7 per day + Eventbrite Fees
After Care (4pm-5pm) $7 per day + Eventbrite Fees

For additional information regarding Before and After Care, please see below.

Registering for Spring Break Camp

Register for K-2nd Grade Camps 

Register for 3rd-5th Grade Camps

  • Child must be currently enrolled in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade.
  • Registration fees include a snack, camp materials, and one 2020 camp shirt.
  • Lunch hour is staff-monitored and does not require pick-up.
  • Space is limited to 10 participants per age group per day.

E-mail questions to  

Arrival and Pick-up

Children must be checked in by an adult with camp facilitators at Tracy Aviary’s entrance.  At no time may any child be left unattended.

If not enrolled in Before Care, children must be checked in between 8:45am and 9:00am. Lunch hour from 12pm-1pm is staff-monitored and campers do not need to be picked up during this time. If not enrolled in After Care, children must be picked up promptly at 4pm.

Camp Before and After Care

Campers enrolled in these programs will spend an hour at the beginning/end of each camp day under the supervision of our camp staff, providing parents with additional pick-up/drop-off flexibility. Before Care campers must be dropped off promptly at 8:00am. After Care campers must be picked up by 5:00pm.

Before Care: 8:00am-9:00am
After Care: 4:00pm-5:00pm

Need even more extended hours? Our staff may be available earlier or later to fit your needs. Please contact us to work out a schedule.

Lunch and Snacks

Campers will enjoy a supervised lunch break between 12pm and 1pm. Campers must bring their own lunch. 

Campers should pack a peanut-free snack for the Play-Well portion of camp. A snack is provided for all campers during the Aviary portion of camp.  Dietary restrictions are observed, however campers with extensive food allergies may want to bring their own snack.

Camper Experience

Tracy Aviary takes the physical and emotional well-being of its campers very seriously, and strives to create a positive, warm, and supportive atmosphere in all of its programs. Our camps are strict No Bullying zones and place a strong emphasis on developing healthy relationships with people, animals, and the natural world.