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Summer camp in Montana teaches children how to survive in the wilderness

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A children’s camp named "Blue Summer" is to be set up on the shores of "Dolna Voda" dam near the village of Studeno Buche, Montana Municipality. This was announced by the Mayor of Montana Zlatko Zhivkov and Vasil Vassilev from the Union of Hunters and Anglers in Bulgaria. Children from 1st to 11th grade will be taught how to protect nature and wildlife, how to survive if they find themselves lost in the wilderness, how to administer first aid in an accident, how to fish, etc.

The local department of the Union of Hunters and Anglers in Bulgaria told BTA that the summer camp’s main goal is to encourage the children to return to nature-based lifestyle.


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