Run in conjunction with Bermuda Audubon Society, the Nonsuch Natural History Camp is a one week residential camp for 15 – 18 year olds that first began in 1973. Each year 12 students compete for the coveted Nonsuch Camp Academic Award and the Nonsuch Camp Spirit Award. Students have the unique opportunity to spend a week on the Nonsuch Island “Living Museum” Nature Reserve and visit important habitats around the island of Bermuda. Throughout the week students take part in lectures, fieldtrips and college level fieldwork to learn about Bermuda’s natural history and test their knowledge in daily quizzes. From geology to gastropods, caves to conch, mangroves to manatee grass no stone is left unturned. The camp runs during the last week of June. Click here to see a video of a previous camp.
"It was absolutely phenomenal. I had so much fun, and I learned so much from both the counselors and the lecturers. I've made awesome friends for life, and I don't think I will ever forget this amazing experience."