Tell me and I forget.Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand. --A Chinese Proverb.
New! North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Coordinator (2017)
The North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Program is now administered through the Fish and Widlife Service Office at Sullys Hill National Game Preserve. Click Here for the 2017 Flyer.
Jr. Duck Stamp Learning Trunks are available to assist teachers in implementing the program with their students. Contact Colleen Graue at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a trunk for your class.
Sullys Hill National Game Preserve is an exciting outdoor classroom for all ages with opportunities for all seasons! We encourage you to incorporate outdoor learning throughout the year. Consider a fall, winter and spring visit to the Preserve. Take pictures from a designated location each visit and compare and contrast your observations. We recommend you plan to be at Sullys Hill a minimum of 1.5 to 2 hours. This does not include bus time to and from your school.Choose from one of the following trail activities or develop your own outdoor lesson. Wetland Investigations (fall, spring) Natures ABC's (any season) Nature Journaling (fall, spring) Discovery Hike (any season) Snowshoeing (February/March depending on staff availability) Specific information on each activity listed will become available as we continue to develop this site. For now we are happy to assist you in planning your classroom visit via phone or email.Please schedule your classroom visit in advance by calling 701-766-4272 or email email@example.com. Through maintaining a visiting classroom schedule we can ensure a quality experience for your students and others by not over-crowding the trails.
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A year-round resident at Sullys Hill National Game Preserve, the pileated woodpecker carves an ellongated hole in dead trees. Look (and listen) for pileated woodpeckers hammering at dead trees in search of food.