Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge offers educational programs for schools and community groups.
We can visit your classroom to teach you about the National Wildlife Refuge System, the natural world around you or even a specific topic you’re studying in your class. Just let us know!We also offer field trips to the Arivaca Cienega where students will get to walk the boardwalk and stop at educational stations to learn about water insects, mammals, birds and geology. Contact Daniel_Peterson@fws.gov at 520-823-4251 x101 to make your reservation.
HAVE YOUR STUDENTS PARTICIAPTE IN THE ANNUAL GRASSLAND FAIR ART CONTEST!
Every year we have an art contest at the Buenos Aires NWR Grassland Fair. This is a great opportunity for your students to share their creative side, win prizes that will inspire their inner biologist and have their artwork featured for everyone to see! For more information, please contact the refuge at 520-823-4251. All submissions are due by November 1st.
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Previously extirpated from the United States, the masked bobwhite is being reintroduced on the refuge.