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    • Eco Explorers Day Camp - Session I

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      Students entering grades 1 – 6 are invited for 3 days of fun, exploration, and outdoor adventure at the refuge! Campers will be introduced to wildlife and habitats found at the refuge, and will have an opportunity to explore nature through hands-on experiences from hiking to wildlife photography! Campers will be divided into two age groups, upper and lower elementary. Registration required.  Call the Education Coordinator at 608-565-4412. 

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    • Federal Junior Duck Stamp Exhibit

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      Community members and visitors alike should mark their calendars for this exhibition of original art work by kids from across the United States. The top 36 entries will be on display in the Visitor Center from August 2nd - 22nd. Have your students or kids enter the Junior Duck Stamp contest!

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    • Eco Explorers Day Camp Session II

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       Students entering grades 1 – 6 are invited for 3 days of fun, exploration, and outdoor adventure at the refuge! Campers will be introduced to wildlife and habitats found at the refuge, and will have an opportunity to explore nature through hands-on experiences from hiking to wildlife photography! Campers will be divided into two age groups, upper and lower elementary. Registration required. Call the Education Coordinator at 608-565-4412. 

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    • Can You Capture It? FOCUS on Photography(8)

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      Discover outdoor photography techniques, share tips and tricks, discover new photography locations on the refuge, and share your favorite photos! Participants are invited to apply what they’ve learned outside during the following program. Bring your camera (film, DSLR, or point and shoot), extra batteries, and a sense of adventure! Free and open to the public. All skill levels welcome.

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    • Pollinator Walk(3)

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      Search for native pollinators found in habitats across the refuge, including the endangered Karner Blue Butterfly. Learn to “read” your flowers and decipher the colors that attract birds, the scents that attract moths, the shapes that attract flies, and even the nectar guides that attract bees and butterflies! Binoculars and camera encouraged. A limited number of binoculars are available to borrow. Be prepared to walk up to 1 mile. Free and open to the public.

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Last Updated: Mar 07, 2014
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