This event is sponsored by the Richland Rod and Gun Club, Ducks Unlimited, Sand and Sage Hunting Retriever Club, and the Friends of the Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuges. The event is free, open to the public, and parents are especially encouraged to bring their children to learn about wildlife in the waters surrounding the Tri-Cities.
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge is located at 64 Maple Street in Burbank, Washington. From the Tri-Cities, take I-182 east (becomes Highway 12 outside of Pasco). Just over the Snake River Bridge, exit onto Highway 124 east toward Waitsburg. Travel 1 1/2 miles and turn right on Lake Road. The Education Center is approximately 1 mile further on the right side. Please note the revised access due to the new overpasses! A map with directions is available at www.fws.gov/mcnary/documents/mcnary-directions.pdf. For more information, call 509-546-8300.
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