Earth Day 2009
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Event Category: Earth Day
Date of Event: April 25, 2009 (Saturday)
Time of Event: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Event Site: Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge
Event Description: In commemoration of Earth Day 2009, Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge along with the Friends of Trinity River Refuge, will host an afternoon of outdoor activities at the Champion Lake Public Use Area. The fun-filled afternoon is on Saturday, April 25 from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm. Activities will include canoeing, kayaking and boating tours, bird and butterfly viewing, walking the levee trail, and dip netting and fishing lessons in the lake for the kids. Champion Lake is located at the end of CR 417, two miles east of FM 1409 in southern Liberty County. This is approximately 10 miles south of Dayton, TX from Hwy 90 or about six miles north of I-10 at the Cove exit (FM 565). Admission is free. Call the refuge office at 936/336-9786 for more information. You may want to bring a lawn chair as seating is limited.
Geographic Region: US - Southwest
State/Province: Texas
Contact Information: stuart_marcus@fws.gov 936/336-9786
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Last updated: April 17, 2009
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