Meet the camp of twins. There is John and Johanna and Aubrey and Anna. They are part of the Camp Wildcat at the Wildcat Glades in Joplin.
Jaxson Mackney is also at the camp, but he doesn't have a twin and he says that's kind of odd.
"Well because I'm the only one that doesn't have a twin here," says Mackney.
And there is a trick to telling the twins apart.
"The backs of their glasses. I look at the back of their heads," says twin John Wheeler.
The goal is to get the kids interested in nature at a young age.
"That's really what the camp is mostly about. If we can get that spark then hopefully we can get them interested and keep their interest throughout their whole lifetime," says Chris Pistole with Wildcat Glades.
Their first project they worked on was to build birdhouses. So many were destroyed after the May 22nd tornado.
And the kids say there is a trick to making a birdhouse.
"You have to have a hammer."
And they say going to a camp like this is better for your health.
"They're just sitting there playing video games rotting their brain."
Chris Pistole teaches the class and he says he often has to dispel rumors about nature on the first day.
"Venomous snakes. They think venomous snakes and they're out to get us," says Pistole.
The kids say the bird houses are cool, but they sure wouldn't want to be a bird.
"All you get to eat is bugs. You have to put your beak in your babies mouth. It's really disgusting," says Johanna Wheeler.