Swan Lake Wildlife Refuge to hold “First Friday” event July 1st with eagles

Swan Lake amphitheater
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Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge south of Sumner is hosting “First Fridays At The Refuge.” A program focused on activities in a family-friendly atmosphere.

The next “First Friday” is slated for July 1st when live bald and golden eagles from the Dickerson Park Zoo are to be at the refuge amphitheater at 7 o’clock. Other activities include archery, a prairie maze, a birders quest, canoeing, and a turtle tank. The observation tower, visitors center , and gift shop also will be open.

The hours the evening of July 1st are from 5 until 8:30 at the refuge visitor center area.

Hot dogs and soft drinks are to be served by the Mendon Lions Club.

The refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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