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Topock Elementary Students Participate in Archery Day Event at Havasu NWR
Southwest Region, January 27, 2012
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Topock Elementary School students on one of the archery ranges at the Havasu NWR Archery Day Event.
Topock Elementary School students on one of the archery ranges at the Havasu NWR Archery Day Event. - Photo Credit: USFWS
A Topock Elementary School student receives instruction on bow fishing at the Havasu NWR Archery Day Event.
A Topock Elementary School student receives instruction on bow fishing at the Havasu NWR Archery Day Event. - Photo Credit: USFWS

On January 27, 2012, seventy students, five teachers, one principal, and five teacher's aids from Topock Elementary School in Topock, Arizona participated in the first ever Archery Day Event at Havasu National Wildlife Refuge. The event was held at the Catfish Paradise day use area. Archery instruction was provided by Lake Havasu NWR Complex staff, Arizona Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office staff, and refuge volunteers, as well as event partners Arizona Game and Fish Department and Lake Havasu City Parks and Recreation Department.


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



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