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Join DNR on walks, tours, paddles and other fun activities in natural area gems throughout Washington 
 


MEDIA ADVISORY
                                                                                                         
April 29, 2011

Join DNR on walks, tours, paddles and other fun activities in natural area gems throughout Washington
Field outings highlight natural areas from May 7 – 14

OLYMPIA – To celebrate Natural Area Appreciation Week 2011, the state Department of Natural Resources will offer several activities for the public at natural areas throughout the state. Hike in a beautiful oak forest preserve, see the panorama from eagle peak, learn about bats, paddle a river on tour, hike through a salt marsh, and more.

Each public opportunity is guided by DNR natural area managers or scientists and highlights a different Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA) or Natural Area Preserve (NAP) that is managed by DNR. There also are a few of our partners’ offerings.

Check this list for an event near you!  (71KB  PDF)


Media Contact: Jane Chavey, Senior Communications Manager, 360-902-1721, jane.chavey@dnr.wa.gov

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DNR Communications & Outreach Office
360-902-1016
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