Areas of Interest
Browse through our 2012-2013 Educational Programs and Environmental Education Program Guide (pdf, 568 KB) to find answers to questions such as how to best plan for your visit, what resources are available for your classroom, and when to schedule a field trip.
The Refuge does a variety of weekend programs for all ages including bird tours, wetland walks, nature photography, and more. Visit the weekend program page for more information.
Use this reservation form to print and mail or fax in to book an educational program.
Driving Directions (note: putting the address below into Google, Mapquest, or a GPS typically does not take you to the correct place)
Learning opportunities at the refuge include the following:
NEW Junior Duck Stamp Program Curriculum
This curriculum focuses on the conservation of waterfowl and wetland habitats. It is designed for students in grades 5–8, with adaptations for K–4 and 9–12. There are tips for adapting activities for early elementary and high school students.
Educators will find a variety of information and resources in the Educator Guide to take the guesswork out of designing a Junior Duck Stamp program or to enhance an existing program. Resources from general waterfowl and wetlands information to standards correlations will help meet educator and student needs. Suggestions for adapting content to lower or higher grades are provided in the Unit-by-Unit guides.
Actitivites to Download: (Some activites provided from California Waterfowl)
Discover a variety of resources available for your classroom*:
*Please contact us at (530) 934-2801 if you need these PDF documents in another format.
Sacramento NWR Complex
752 County Road 99W, Willows, CA 95988
Phone: (530) 934-2801; Fax: (530) 934-7814
24-hour Information: (530) 934-7774
TTY: (530) 934-7135
November 27, 2012