Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
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Environmental Education

Credit: USFWS

Credit: USFWS

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Aligned Environmental Education lessons are important to the National Wildlife Refuge System, especially Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge Ranger, a former Florida teacher, offers both on-site and off-site educational programs with superb visual aids for school groups and homeschoolers.

The two most popular on-site programs are Wading Birds Eat Mud Critters, and Florida's Ancient Indians of Shell Mound. Off-site programs can be tailored to your needs.

 

Interpretation

The Ranger provokes intellectual and emotional connections between visitors and wildlife, habitat,and cultural sites of the refuge. She is available for on-site and off-site presentations for clubs, civic organizations, and special interest groups. To learn more about refuge events, visit the Calendar of Events page. To schedule a program for your group, contact Ranger Pam Darty at (352) 493-0238 ext. 223.

Join the Ranger for Florida Archaeology Month at the spectacular Shell Mound each March and in October for the Naturecoast Birding and Wildlife Experience and Florida's Greenways and Trails Month. Call for more inormation.

Volunteer guided birdwalks are offered seasonally. Please contact the Refuge for additional information.

 

Last updated: June 14, 2010