The ABQ BioPark is offering after-school camps for small groups in late October and early November focusing on marine life, plants and animals.
Students will study at the Aquarium, at the Botanic Garden and at the Zoo, organizers said in a news release.
The camps are for secondthrough sixth-graders, and run from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays with a price of $125 per student for a twoweek session, according to the release.
More information about available classes and registration can be found at https://register.asapconnected. com/Default.aspx?org=1082
Camp BioPark safety measures include:
■ All attendees and staff must wear masks.
■ Each class is limited to five students.
■ Majority of time will be spent in outdoor activities.
■ Daily wellness questions and a touchless temperature check.
■ Indoor spaces will be cleaned thoroughly.
■ Social distancing, with hand sanitizer available.
■ Staff is trained in COVIDsafe emergency procedures.
Visitors check out a giraffe at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo when reopened in August. it