Throughout the year, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge offers Environmental Education Workshops to help orient you to the refuge, to familiarize you with the outdoor classroom sites, trails, and interpretive facilities, and to introduce you to sample activities which can be utilized with your students. It is highly recommended that you attend one of these sessions so that you will be better prepared to assist your students in outdoor classroom activities.
When you attend the workshop, you will be provided with a folder of materials designed to introduce you to the educational resources available at the refuge including library resources (videos and publications), and equipment resources. It is also possible to earn teacher certification points from this workshop.
If you are interested in attending a workshop, please contact Outdoor Recreation Planner, Walter Tegge by calling (757) 301‐7329 ext.162 or emailing her at email@example.com.
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The aptly named tundra swan breeds in the far northern reaches of the continent. They migrate south during the winter months, feeding on aquatic plants. They may also be seen eating grains in farm fields. The best time to spot tundra swans at the refuge is from November to February.