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DON EDWARDS SF BAY NWR: Ohlone Audubon Chapter Funds New Viewing Platform
California-Nevada Offices , March 15, 2014
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Evelyn Cormier cuts the ribbon to officially open the new platform.
Evelyn Cormier cuts the ribbon to officially open the new platform. - Photo Credit: Ohlone Audubon
Refuge staffer Jennifer Heroux, explains the value the viewing platform brings to refuge environmental education programs.
Refuge staffer Jennifer Heroux, explains the value the viewing platform brings to refuge environmental education programs. - Photo Credit: Ohlone Audubon

On Saturday, March 15, Fish and Wildlife Service staff, members of Ohlone Audubon and the public gathered together to celebrate and dedicate a new viewing platform and interpretive exhibits on the LaRiviere Marsh trail at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge near Fremont, Calif. The platform was funded through a generous $30,000 donation from Ohlone Audubon and is big enough to host visiting field trips as part of the refuge's Environmental Education programs. Three new FWS-funded interpretive panels, help communicate the ecological significance of the restored marsh to the public.


Contact Info: Jennifer Heroux, 510-792-0222 x139, jennifer_heroux@fws.gov



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