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Events Near Lake Texoma: Second Saturday Shorebirds

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Events Near Lake Texoma: Second Saturday Shorebirds

Come and join the Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge at the Second Saturday Shorebirds event. Participants will learn about the shorebirds and Dr. Wayne Meyer will talk about what makes a bird a “shorebird.” The talk is scheduled for March 9th from 10 am to 11:30 am.

While you are at the Second Saturday session, you will also learn more about migration, the birds’ wintering methods, as well as their breeding capabilities. Dr. Meyer will also present information to help identify approximately 38 species of shorebirds which visit the area.

Name of Event: Second Saturday Shorebirds

Location of Event: Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge

Address: 6465 Refuge Road in Sherman Texas 75092

Date of Upcoming Session: March 9th

Time of Event: 10 am to 11:30 am

Special Speaker: Dr. Wayne Meyer

For More Info: Please call (903) 786-2826



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