Prairie center thrives in spring
Spring has arrived, and that means renewed growth for the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge, both of the prairie and of their patrons.
Now that warmer weather is upon us, the refuge expects to see a sharp increase in the number of visitors coming through its doors. The learning center accommodates more than 8,000 school children each year and many more general visitors, as well, according to Wildlife Refuge Manager Christy Smith.
During the spring season, the refuge will often host several schools each week, depending on their schedules. They provide a number of activities for the children, ranging from seed planting and nature hikes to puppet shows and movie screenings.
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