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2013 Archery Day at Havasu NWR For Topock Elementary School A Success
Southwest Region, January 25, 2013
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Topock Elementary students line up at the safety and orientation range.
Topock Elementary students line up at the safety and orientation range. - Photo Credit: Linda L Miller, USFWS
Mitch Thorson (AZFWCO-Parker) and a volunteer provide instruction to youth on bowfishing.
Mitch Thorson (AZFWCO-Parker) and a volunteer provide instruction to youth on bowfishing. - Photo Credit: Linda L Miller, USFWS
Topock Elementary students at the bird/wildlife identification station.
Topock Elementary students at the bird/wildlife identification station. - Photo Credit: Linda L Miller, USFWS

On Friday, January 25, 2013, approximately 60 youth from the Topock Elementary School arrived at Catfish Paradise on Havasu National Wildlife Refuge for an Archery Day event. The event was staffed by USFWS employees from Havasu NWR, Lake Havasu NWR Complex, and the AZFWCO-Parker office as well as refuge interns, refuge volunteers, and volunteers from Friends of the Bill Williams River and Havasu National Wildlife Refuges. A safety and orientation range, games and skills range, 3D target range, a bowfishing range, and a bird/wildlife identification station were provided for the youth. A second Archery Days event will be held March 7-8, 2013 for multiple local area schools and will involve additional partners.


Contact Info: Linda Miller, (760) 326-3853 ext. 22 , linda_l_miller@fws.gov



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