Friday, November 29, 2013

Walk on the wild side at the Red River National Wildlife Refuge, Bossier City

Red-bellied Woodpecker

"Take a walk on the wild side this Thanksgiving on a National Wildlife Refuge," says the Red River National Wildlife Refuge.

"For a brief spell, flee the turkeys at your Thanksgiving table and seek some wilder birds this year. Explore a foot trail at a national wildlife refuge, thrill to some seasonal wildlife, and emerge looking less like a butterball yourself. Red River Refuge offers impressive autumn colors and great bird viewing in late November."

Refuge trails are open sunrise to sunset daily, even on Thanksgiving Day when refuge visitor centers will be closed. Free trail maps are available outside the visitor center or at a refuge entrance kiosk.

The official RRNWR site and the Facebook site.

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