Want to do something fun with your family and friends? Or discover how to band a duck, build a wood duck nest and identify pond critters? Come and join the Kid’s Duck Conservation Day at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge - Environmental Education Center located in 64 Maple St. in Burbank on Saturday, September 13 from 8:00 in the morning until 12:00 noon.
About the Kid’s Duck Conservation Day
Sponsored by the Richland Rod and Gun Club, Ducks Unlimited, Sand and Sage Hunting Retriever Club and Friends of the Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuges, the event has activities for all ages! It will be featuring Duck Banding starting 8:00 a.m. sharp. There will also be retriever demonstrations, gun and fire safety. Plus, there will be Nest Box Building, Pond Life, and much more! Admission is FREE!
For more information about the Kid’s Duck Conservation Day please go to http://friendsofmcrwr.org/events.shtml#ducksPosted by Colleen D. Lane on