Summer of 2021 brought the return of 4-H Day Camps. After a year hiatus, equipment needed to be replaced, and with the support of Wiregrass RC&D, Covington 4-H purchased three (3) entire sets of disc golf, plus two extra sets of discs. Students were also able to attend a local festival, July Jamz, and learned more about their natural world through a series of hikes detailed below.
For herpatology hiking in the Conecuh National Forest, supplies were acquired to make lizard-catching devices so that students could study the animals. Entomology hikers needed new epoxy kits and other materials to prepare and display captured bugs. The Alabama Water Watch hike utilized some new clean water kits for pond testing, and the Avian Hike crew was able to study owls from using some new supplies. All hikes were fully booked each week.