There are many stories to tell about the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, from tales of the refuge's history to lectures about ecosystems and the plants and animals that call them home. The staff is happy to share. To learn more about the golden blossoms of the goldenrod shown above request the Wildflower Trivia program.
Refuge staff members are available to come and speak to your group. Programs are available on a variety of topics concerning the refuge, plants and animals living in the area or other topics. To book a program contact the Visitor Services Staff.
Ducks to Diversity
45 to 60 Minutes. Since its establishment in 1935 the Seney National
Wildlife Refuge has gone through a lot of changes. Learn about this history of the refuge from
its days as the Seney Migratory Waterfowl Refuge and the construction of its
pools to the current management philosophy.
60 Minutes. Are you a wildflower lover? Then you will enjoy this fun and interactive program where wild and outlandish wildflower facts will keep you guessing. How long does a bee’s tongue have to be to drink from a Dutchman’s breeches? Do you know the carnivorous flowers of the U.P.? You will after this program, plus a host of other interesting facts about wildflowers that will open your eyes to a whole new world.
Page Photo Credits Goldenrod - Jack Cook, Photo Contest, Civilian Conservation Corps Leveling Gravel- USFWS, Bunchberry - Dawn Marsh, USFWS
Last Updated: Dec 08, 2015