Linda Matias, center, and Jacinta Armando, left, play a learning game that shows how parts of nature are connected, symbolized by the colored strings. They're part of a school enviro-club, one of those sponsored by Zoo Boise, and are attending a four-day environmental camp at Gorongosa's Community Education Center.
Linda Matias, center, and Jacinta Armando, left, play a learning game that shows how parts of nature are connected, symbolized by the colored strings. They're part of a school enviro-club, one of those sponsored by Zoo Boise, and are attending a four-day environmental camp at Gorongosa's Community Education Center. Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma
Linda Matias, center, and Jacinta Armando, left, play a learning game that shows how parts of nature are connected, symbolized by the colored strings. They're part of a school enviro-club, one of those sponsored by Zoo Boise, and are attending a four-day environmental camp at Gorongosa's Community Education Center. Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma

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