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Conservation Service Project helps Tishomingo NWR
Southwest Region, January 28, 2012
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Tisomingo NWR Manager Kris Patton and members of Tishomingo Cub Scout Pack 100 prepare to plant trees.
Tisomingo NWR Manager Kris Patton and members of Tishomingo Cub Scout Pack 100 prepare to plant trees. - Photo Credit: USFWS Photo
RM Patton goes over the use of a posthole digger with a couple of first time users.
RM Patton goes over the use of a posthole digger with a couple of first time users. - Photo Credit: USFWS Photo

Tishomingo Pack 100 Cub Scouts completed a Conservation Service Project at Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge January 28, 2012 by planting trees in the headquarters campground. The dedicated group of Scouts worked diligently to plant twenty oak trees throughout the campground in an effort to provide shade of visitors. The planting of oak trees will also provide for "wildlife first" as nesting habitat and a continual source of winter food.


Contact Info: Kristopher Patton, (580) 371-2402, Kris_Patton@fws.gov



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