Paleontologists in the makingKids go to Dino Camp


GCP&T volunteers Bill and Patty Procuniar assisted Grosvenor with the summer day camp and its projects.

GCP&T volunteers Bill and Patty Procuniar assisted Grosvenor with the summer day camp and its projects.


GCP&T Naturalist Mel Grosvenor demonstrates sketching a dinosaur before the campers create their own artwork.


Submitted photos Xavier Palomino of Xenia creates the bones of a dinosaur with glue and various pasta shapes at Greene County Parks & Trails’ Dino-Rific Camp at Narrows Reserve and Nature Center. Kids between the ages of four and six explored for fossils, made dinosaur bones, and received a pith helmet and hands lens. Campers learned all about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures during the weeklong day camp last week.


GCP&T volunteers Bill and Patty Procuniar assisted Grosvenor with the summer day camp and its projects.

GCP&T Naturalist Mel Grosvenor demonstrates sketching a dinosaur before the campers create their own artwork.

Submitted photos

Xavier Palomino of Xenia creates the bones of a dinosaur with glue and various pasta shapes at Greene County Parks & Trails’ Dino-Rific Camp at Narrows Reserve and Nature Center. Kids between the ages of four and six explored for fossils, made dinosaur bones, and received a pith helmet and hands lens. Campers learned all about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures during the weeklong day camp last week.

GCP&T volunteers Bill and Patty Procuniar assisted Grosvenor with the summer day camp and its projects.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/07/web1_DinoCamp3.jpgGCP&T volunteers Bill and Patty Procuniar assisted Grosvenor with the summer day camp and its projects.

GCP&T Naturalist Mel Grosvenor demonstrates sketching a dinosaur before the campers create their own artwork.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/07/web1_DinoCamp2.jpgGCP&T Naturalist Mel Grosvenor demonstrates sketching a dinosaur before the campers create their own artwork.

Submitted photos Xavier Palomino of Xenia creates the bones of a dinosaur with glue and various pasta shapes at Greene County Parks & Trails’ Dino-Rific Camp at Narrows Reserve and Nature Center. Kids between the ages of four and six explored for fossils, made dinosaur bones, and received a pith helmet and hands lens. Campers learned all about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures during the weeklong day camp last week.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/07/web1_DinoCamp1.jpgSubmitted photos Xavier Palomino of Xenia creates the bones of a dinosaur with glue and various pasta shapes at Greene County Parks & Trails’ Dino-Rific Camp at Narrows Reserve and Nature Center. Kids between the ages of four and six explored for fossils, made dinosaur bones, and received a pith helmet and hands lens. Campers learned all about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures during the weeklong day camp last week.