NECEDAH, Wisc. (FWS) – Celebrate spring
with the wonders of nature at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge! Join a refuge naturalist on Saturday, March
29th and Saturday, April 12th to partake in activities
that are fun for the whole family!
2011, Doug Staller was assigned as an instructor to the Burunge Wildlife Management
Area which lies between the Tanzania National Parks of Lake Manyara and Tarangire. Join us for this picture safari adventure and
experience the birds, Baobabs, and Bantu of this unique country on Saturday,
March 29th from 10:00am – 11:00am at the Necedah National Wildlife
Refuge Visitor Center.
The refuge will be hosting a
beginner photography program, “Can You Capture It,” on Saturday, April 12th
from 9:00am – 9:45am. This indoor
lecture series features tips and tricks for capturing wildlife photography, and
will feature photographs taken on the refuge during the month of March. This program is a great opportunity to learn
new techniques, share sightings on the refuge, and meet others who share an
interest in photography! All camera types and skill levels welcome.
your binoculars and camera for this one mile bird walk through prairies, oak
savannas, and wetlands! Spring is a
great time to search for migrating songbirds, waterfowl, swans, and
cranes. New and experienced birders are
welcome to practice their skills with a naturalist during this family bird hike
on Saturday, April 12th from 10:00am – 11:00am. Binoculars
and bird guides are available on a first come, first served basis.
For more information on public programming or a copy of
our trail maps, contact the Necedah NWR Visitor Center at 608-565-2551 or by
e-mail at Necedah@fws.gov. Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Visitor
Center is open Monday – Saturday, 9:00am to 4:00pm, and is located off of
Highway 21 four miles west of the Village of Necedah or 18 miles east of
Tomah. Refuge lands are open sunrise to
sunset year-round. For additional information
please call 608-565-2551or visit us online at http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Necedah/.
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