Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges Announce the 20th Annual Migration Celebration

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Migration Celebration gives children and adults the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Young and old can learn more about the wonders of nature by attending this year's Migration Celebration.

The 20th annual Migration Celebration will be April 12 and 13 at the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge located on County Road 306 near FM 2918 Brazoria, Texas.

Saturday events will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday events will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All events are free and include many activities for children and adults. This is an opportunity for the entire family to enjoy a day of nature.

The "Birds of Prey" show will again be featured and is always a favorite for children and adults. Other activities include marsh buggy tours of the refuge, van birding tours, bird banding, kayaking, butterfly encounter tent, and photo contest exhibit. Activities for children include youth fishing, water levels permitting, archery, hands-on with alligators, snakes, and other critters, microscope lab, animal footprints and many other hands-on nature activities. For more information and directions to the refuge visit

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