Sue McDonald, (509) 546-8355
Hunters interested in the waterfowl hunting program at McNary National Wildlife Refuge are encouraged to attend a post-season hunt meeting.
The refuge is seeking feedback from waterfowl hunters and would also like to discuss potential changes to the hunt program and volunteer opportunities in support of the Refuge hunt program.
"This informal gathering will allow hunters the opportunity to discuss concerns and issues with me and refuge staff," states Refuge Manager, Lamont Glass.
The meeting will be held at the Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuge Complex Headquarters on Tuesday, February 21 from 6:00p.m. - 7:30p.m.
The Headquarters is located at 64 Maple Street in Burbank, WA. Phone: (509) 546-8300. From the Tri-Cities, go east on I-182 and US Highway 12 to Burbank. At the Humorist Road stoplight, turn left. Turn left on Lake Road and travel ½ mile to the headquarters building on left.
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