Part of Camp Conservation included children taking part in an obstacle course to test their skills.
Scott Ray has an attentive audience while showing youths how adaptations help animals in the wild.
Scott Ray said the youths gave great answers during his presentation.
Scott Ray used different skulls to show how animals have adapted themselves to their environments.
One aspect of Camp Conservation included a presentation on healthy eating.
Alana West told the campers about the five major food groups and talked with them about developing healthy eating habits.
Alana West tossed a ball around the group to test the campers on their knowledge of food and food groups.
Camp Conservation used a trailer pulled by a utility vehicle to ferry the campers from one area to the next.
Lunch time meant play time for the campers, who used the down time to romp around the fields.
Soccer was one of the games some of the kids played while taking a break.
Groups got together to toss around a football.
Danielle Rowe explains to this group of kids how the obstacle course they are about to go through works.
The obstacle course featured lots of different obstacles for the campers to overcome, like this one.
No, it’s not a football training camp but one of the obstacles included stepping through these tires.
This part of the obstacle course — rolling a tire — included the added challenge of being pelted with water balloons.
The water balloons not only created a challenge during the course, but also helped the children cool off.
One part of the obstacle course involved moving a cup along a piece of string by spraying water on it.