Friends of Black Bayou NWR Fall Celebration October 13th
Join Friends of Black Bayou National Wildife Refuge for their Fall Celebration on Saturday, October 13 from 10am to 3pm. The event is FREE and the public is enthusiastically invited. The Friends of Black Bayou, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, celebrates the climax of National Wildlife Refuge Week in October each year, with the annual Fall Celebration at the Refuge.
The event features a Free Fish Fry, Corn Dogs, Jambalaya and Drinks. Look for Louisiana Wildilfe Federation's display and check out activities by such groups as Masur Museum, ULM Museum of Natural History, Children’s Museum, Louisiana Purchase Zoo, Monroe City Schools, and more!
Learn about conserving our natural resources and participate in activities for all ages.
Since the birds begin migrating southward about this time of year, the children are enlisted to help TURN the big goose towards the south, indicating that's the way the birds are flying. What a wonderful way for children to learn about migration!
Bring your entire family and join in the celebration.