The story below was shared by an Anonymous Camper…we hope you enjoy seeing camp through his eyes. My instructor smiles and says “are you ready?” With a nod of my head, my instructor pushes on the back of my sea kayak, and I glide off shore and on to the ocean. We are headed for Whites Landing.
Sometimes you have to just got to get out and try something new! Some of our campers are nervous to even think about diving in a couple years. Our scuba in a bucket class gives them a small glance into what going diving might be like. Trying something new like going diving or even coming
Everything poops! A bison makes a big poop. A fox makes a small poop. No matter what the animal is, from you to me, and everything in between, all animals poop. All animals are heterotrophs, meaning they must consume other organisms or products for nourishment. Leopard sharks are carnivores, mule deer are herbivores. No matter
The first day of camp is almost here! Now, of course that means packing for camp for your child. This can be a stressful and overwhelming process. We want to give you a heads up as to what is really important for your child to bring with them to camp. Here are the 5 simple
Welcome campers! My name is Canon and this is my first summer working at Catalina Sea Camp as a scuba instructor. I never attended a camp when I was younger so it is so exciting for me to be at a new place with new experiences. I had no idea what to expect or what
Catalina is already in full bloom with new growth. Each week brings more flowers, grasses, and shrubs to the hillsides, making every hike a treasure hunt of new plants to discover. With the right knowledge base, a hike on Catalina can become a culinary exploration of many of California’s edible plants. Some of these plants
The Catalina California Quail (Callipepla californica catalinensis) are endemic to the Channel Islands, meaning they are only found here! With their round bodies and curled plume protruding from their heads, they are both adorable and intriguing. They can often be found in a small flock, called a covey, to feed or take a dust bath