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White-tailed Deer in CattailsAnyone can enter the Seney National Wildlife Refuge's Photo Contest. There is even a special division for kids where they can complete against people their own age!

Every Kid in a Park Fourth graders can earn a free pass to Federal Parks nationwide.  Simply complete the voucher at the Every Kid in a Park website then bring it to the refuge during office hours to get your pass.

Coloring Books Enjoy these coloring books by the National Wildlife Refuge System.

Neighborhood Explorers - Lets Go Outside.  Join the fun in this online game.

BirdSleuth Explorer's Guide - K-12 Guidebook.

Check out a “Let’s Go Outside” backpack. It contains fun items like bug jars, binoculars, and a magnifying lens. Just ask a volunteer at the Visitor Center's front desk and you can use it during your visit for FREE!

Junior Duck Stamp Program Learn about wetlands habitat and waterfowl conservation for students in kindergarten through high school. The program guides students, using scientific and wildlife observation principles, to communicate visually what they have learned through an entry into the Junior Duck Stamp art contest. To learn about the Michigan program.

Nature Journals and Scavenger Hunts. Download and print the activities listed below for your adventure at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Printed versions are also available at both of our visitor centers.


Snowshoe, Bike, or Hike the Refuge! Discover the refuge in every season. Borrow snowshoes from the office Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm we have sizes that will fit the entire family.

Let’s Go Outside! Check out the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s web site connecting people to nature for MORE fun ideas!

 

Page Photo Credits — White-tailed Deer in Cattails - Penny Gordon, Photo Contest
Last Updated: Feb 22, 2016
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