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Family Workshop on Birds | REACH in Richland, WA REACH is glad to present the Family Workshop on Birds which will be held at the REACH Museum, 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland,WA. The Family Workshop on Birds will take place on the 13th of February, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please visit the website of REACH for more details.

REACH conducts a workshop for the entire family at least once a month. These are workshops made creative and fun so that every member of the family gets to learn in amusing ways. REACH can only admit 25 people for every workshop, thus making a reservation is advised. REACH members can attend the workshop for free, while non-members who are adults need to pay $8. Seniors and students' admission costs $6 and free for children 5 years old and below.

Birds are

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Spring Migration At the Reach Columbia Park Trail Richland, WashingtonThis coming Saturday, May 2 head to the The REACH for the "Spring Migration At the Reach – Birds are on the wing heading north" from 8:00 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon.

Details of the Event
As part of their 50th Anniversary year, the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society (LCBAS) is celebrating spring migration at The REACH.

First 100 people to mention The Lower Columbia Audubon Society Get in FREE! Some binoculars are available to loan for the walk. Come to the Reach to learn about bird migration and have expert birders answer your questions.

The REACH is located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail Richland, Washington.

For more information you may call 5099434100x108 or go to http://lcbas.org/

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Blue Mountain Wildlife Fundraiser in KennewickIf you don’t have anything to do on April 19, head on out to Kennewick Ranch and Home at 845 N. Columbia Center Blvd. for the annual Blue Mountain Wildlife Fundraiser.

Blue Mountain Wildlife
Blue Mountain Wildlife is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to provide help and take care of orphaned, sick, or injured wildlife. Their focus is on birds of prey, providing these creatures the necessary treatment and care to bring them back to their natural habitat.

Their goals include training volunteers to become experts in rehabilitation techniques, helping enhance awareness and appreciation of wildlife through public education, and providing a facility where concerned people can bring wildlife that need care.

Annual Fundraiser
On April

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Bird Banding Demonstration at Chamna Preserve, RichlandEnjoy the outdoors and commune with nature as you join the Bird Banding Demonstration at the Chamna Preserve in Richland, Wa on April 2. The event is set to take place at 9 to 11AM.

Bird Banding Demonstration
This demonstration will give you a chance to see wild birds up close and personal. You’ll also learn many new things about birds like how these are captured, identified, measured, recorded, and banded. You will also find out how such information is used to study bird behavior and population dynamics.

Ed Rykiel, from the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society, will conduct the demonstration. This is free for interested parties. For more information, please call (509) 942-7529.

 

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Winter Birds at McNary National Wildlife RefugeOn Saturday, February 8, the Friends of Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuges will host the 3rd annual Winter Birds event at McNary National Wildlife Refuge from 9AM to 12 noon.

Birds Aplenty
Get a chance to discover the abundance of ducks, swans, geese, and other birds of the Mid-Columbia. Various activities are in store for those who will come, including guided bird walks, owl pellet dissection, and a bird banding demonstration. Blue Mountain Wildlife of Pendleton will do a live birds-of-prey presentation, videographer Gaylord Mink will share his wonderful wildlife films, and Ivar Husa of the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society will present bird identification.

Friends of the Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuges Annual Meeting
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The McNary Wildlife Refuge offers many events and educational classes for Tri City Washington area residents. These events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.

Make a Difference Day
On Saturday, October 23 the wildlife refuge will be holding Make a Difference Day at Goethals Park Nature Playground in Richland Washington. The day will begin at 9:00am and go until 1:00pm. Those who come will be able to participate in planting native plants, building play structures, spreading ground cover, and family fun hands-on activities.

Second Saturday: Wildlife Films
On November 23, Friends of Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuge will be showing wildlife films from 9:00am to 12:00pm. They’ll pop the popcorn while you enjoy the movies!

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