Aug 19 2011

Humbug Marsh Scavenger Hunt: Sunday, 8/21

Published by at 8:14 am under Hiking: Regional

The Humbug Marsh, a unit of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge located along Jefferson on the border of Trenton and Gibraltar, is hosting a scavenger hunt this Sunday.  Here’s the release from the International Wildlife Refuge Alliance:

International Wildlife Refuge Alliance   
 
Event Sponsors
INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE ALLIANCE
Sponsor
Quick Link
www.iwralliance.org

iwr_alliance@yahoo.com 


The 6th Annual

Benefit Dinner was 

May 21, 2011

 

See www.iwralliance.org

for photos from the event posted soon

 Become an
Annual Donor
:
The International Wildlife Refuge Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service deliver the  mission of the
Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge. 

An alliance of individuals and organizations committed to the success of the Refuge.

$15 Mayfly
(Decal)

$30 Canvasback
(Pin,Decal)

$60 Walleye
(Hat, Pin, Decal)

$100 Great Blue Heron
(License Plate, Pin, Decal)

$250 Lake Sturgeon
$500 Mallard

Contact us for
more information on sponsorship opportunites!

www.iwralliance.org
iwr_alliance@yahoo.com
734.692.7671
 
SCAVENGER HUNT

in

 Humbug Marsh at the

Open House  

SUNDAY, August 21 

Noon – 4 pm  

  5437 W. Jefferson Avenue

Trenton, Michigan

camera

Will you be able to locate what 

objects are in our photos?   

 

All ages, any family size or individual, can enjoy this Sunday afternoon activity in Humbug Marsh.  Pick up a ring of photos at the entry table . . . locate the object in the photo . . .  then discover what’s inside Humbug today!

 

What am I ?  

          Where I am ? 

 

 

 

Hope to see you Sunday!

 

 

Please visit the website for future events and directions at www.iwralliance.org   

 

. . .working through partnerships to protect, conserve, and manage the Refuge’s wildlife and habitats: and to create exceptional conservation, recreation and educational experiences,to develop the next generation of conservation stewards.  Thanks to you! 

 

 

  

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