We welcomed Northern Light Summer Camp, Outdoor Adventure Camp, Manitowoc School District, Mississippi River Adventure Staff, Boland Reunion, and Galtere Ltd.
The Northern Light Summer Camp is made up of different families to attend the camp at Eagle Bluff for a week. While they were here, they had a lot of their own activities and participated in Canoeing, Archery, Treetops, Pioneer Life, Back Country Camping, and Rock Climbing.
Eagle Bluff held our first camp of the summer; Outdoor Adventure Camp. The campers went Caving, Canoeing, Shelter Building & Survival, Geocaching, Archery, East Treetops, and Rock Climbing.
The 7th through 9th graders of a summer program through the Manitowoc School District arrived on Tuesday and stayed through Thursday. While they were here, they were able to experience Rock Climbing, Archery, Canoeing, and East Treetops.
The Mississippi River Adventure Staff came for a day on Thursday for Group Challenges and South Treetops.
The Boland Family Reunion was held at Eagle Bluff over the weekend. They did some biking and tubing in the area and went up on West Treetops here at Eagle Bluff.
The employees of Galtere Ltd. arrived on Saturday for South Treetops.
- Compass Plantis beginning to bloom.
- Elderberry is flowering.
- Dogwood is forming berries.
- Black Cap Raspberries are ripening.
- Scarlet Tanagers can be seen around Eagle Bluff.
Thought for the Week
“Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it.”
Nature Trivia Question
Answer to Last Week’s Question:
Baby Brown-headed Cowbirds rarely survive in American Goldfinch nests because Goldfinches are strict herbivores and Cowbirds cannot survive on that diet.
This Week’s Question:
The Black Elderberry has five times the natural antioxidants as what other berry?