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Owls Topic for Nature Program for Kids

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Friends of Hagerman NWR
Friends of Hagerman NWR Foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to instill reverence, respect and conservation of our wild creatures and habitats through supporting environmental education, recreational activities, and programs of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.




With all the holiday preparation and accompanying excitement in the air, it is easy to overlook ways to keep children in a normal routine.  The Friends of Hagerman recommend regular time out of doors, playing, hiking, observing nature, and in that vein are offering Hoot for Owls on Saturday, November 18, at 10 am, at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.


This program, part of The Refuge Rock series, will offer stories, games, and crafts for ages 4 - 7 and some scientific activities, including learning about the owl diet from owl pellets,  for ages 8 - 12.  Parents or other responsible adults accompany the younger children and are welcome to attend with the older youth also. The program is free; we do request advance registration, online, or by calling the Refuge, 903 786 2826.


Please note that the program will not meet in December, the next session will be on January 20, 2018.


 




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Water lightly stained; 61–64 degrees; 1.46’ high. Black bass are fair on suspending jerkbaits, shallow crankbaits and shakyhead worms. Crappie are fair on minnows. Striped bass are good on slabs. Catfish are good on trotlines and prepared bait.






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