Thank you Mrs. Arrington for sharing this information.

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Date: Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 3:06 PM
Subject: FW: News Release - Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Invites You
to Natural Resource Discovery Day & Photography Workshop
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 *Meredith Carey Arrington, Ed. S*
*Agriculture Education*
*Effingham County High School*
*1589 Highway 119 South*
*Springfield, GA 31329*
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*From:* Harris, Monica [[log in to unmask]]
*Sent:* Friday, February 07, 2014 2:43 PM
*To:* Monica Harris
*Subject:* News Release - Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Invites You to
Natural Resource Discovery Day & Photography Workshop

  *For Immediate Release*

*February 7, 2014*

*Contact:  Monica Harris, Visitor Services Manager - (843) 784-2468

* Flyers Attached*

*Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Invites You to **Natural Resource
Discovery Day 2014 and a Photography Workshop*

Come join the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for some free, family fun at
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Visitor Center on Saturday, March
8, 2014 from 10am-4pm.  Partnering with the Savannah Chapter of the
National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF), Georgia Southern University,
Friends of the Savannah Coastal Refuges, University of Georgia -Warnell
School of Forestry and Natural Resources and Marine Science Center, this
year's event will be loaded with fun, wildlife-related educational
activities for all ages.

Have you ever wondered what a biologist, a wildland firefighter, an
archaeologist, a forester or a refuge manager does on a national wildlife
refuge?  Well, this is your chance to learn!  See how birds are banded
(even band yourself!); learn about wildland fire with hands-on activities
involving real fire equipment; try your luck at target shooting with a BB
gun or bow, while learning about the refuge hunt program; gain a better
understanding of the Fish and Wildlife Service's role in protecting
endangered species; learn why water management matters to wildlife on
Savannah NWR, get close up with a variety of reptiles and much more. A
special presentation on wilderness will be offered at 11am and 1pm.

In addition to Discovery Day activities, the Refuge will be conducting a
photography workshop for children ages 16 and under.  The workshop is
intended to help young photographers learn more about photography using the
natural environment of the refuge.  The class will be held from 8:30-10am
so participates will still be able to enjoy the Discovery Day activities.
The class is free; however, reservations are required due to limited

All activities will be at the Savannah NWR Visitor Center located at 694
Beech Hill Lane Hardeeville, SC (off U.S. 17, approximately 7 miles north
of Savannah, GA and 7 miles south of Hardeeville, SC). For more information
on this rain or shine event, call 843-784-2468 (for reservations on the
photography workshop contact Chris Cooley).

Savannah NWR is one of over 560 national wildlife refuges located
throughout the United States.  The nearly 30,000-acre refuge is home to
bald eagles, neo-tropical migratory songbirds, large concentrations of
wading birds and wintering ducks, and American alligators.  The Savannah
NWR Visitor Center is open Monday - Saturday, from 9am-4pm; closed Sundays
and all federal holidays.

Monica M. Harris

 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex
694 Beech Hill Lane
Hardeeville, SC  29927
843-784-9911x103 - Office
843-784-2465 - Fax
912-313-1365 - Cell

Christa Steinkamp
Georgia Agriculture Education
Curriculum & Technology Director
204 Four Towers Building, UGA
Athens, GA 30602
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