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May 18, 2013

Programs at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge


Whip-poor-will Walk

Today, 7 p.m.

Have you even heard a strange bird singing in the background of a movie and wondered what it was? You may have been hearing the song of the Whip-poor-will.

Join Nancy Landry, refuge volunteer and avid birder, for an evening of listening for the song of the Whip-poor-will and other nighttime birds. Participants will meet at the deck of the visitor contact station at the refuge’s Parking Lot 1. Dress appropriately for weather conditions. Registration is required.

Nature Kids: Fabulous Frogs!

Tuesday, May 21, 11 a.m. to noon

This session will focus on frogs, a sure sign of spring. The life cycle of one of the most common amphibians will be explored through models, stories, games, and movement activities. Class size limited to 10 children (4 to 6 years old). A parent or guardian must be present throughout the entire program. Meet in the refuge visitor center classroom. Registration is required.

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