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Field Trips

Bringing Your Students to the Refuge
Refuge volunteer teaches visiting school children about mammals

Environmental education and interpretation are a vital part of what we do at Bear River MBR.  A variety of tours, programs, and events are offered throughout the year.  If you would like to be added to our email list for notice of upcoming public and family programs, please send a request via email to: bearriver@fws.gov.  Groups are welcome, but please call the Refuge to make a reservation before your visit.

A great way to teach children with adults about a host of ecological functions, the importance of wetlands, and the diversity of plant and animal life.  Currently the refuge does not have the staff to provide activities for all groups that come to the refuge, but there are support materials available for groups at the refuge office.  Call (435)723-5887 for more information.

Teachers/Group leaders - if you are planning a field trip with your school or students, PLEASE call us in advance to schedule the trip - as we are very busy with visiting groups throughout the year and we want to strive to keep the quality of visit for all groups. Thanks.

Facts About Field Trips

Bringing a group of students or scouts to the Refuge is a fun and educational way to get the most of your time. Make sure to schedule your visit well ahead of time with a Park Ranger to ensure a good quality and fun program.
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2012
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