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The Friends of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is a nonprofit organization that advocates for and supports the mandate of the refuge to protect and enhance wildlife and their habitats through education, research, habitat preservation and restoration and compatible public uses.

Friends of Turnbull NWR Activities:

Cheney May Fest - May 11 10 am - 4pm - Downtown Cheney

Come by the Refuge tables for environmental education activities and other information when you visit MayFest on May 11. Volunteering is also fun, contact to sign up.

Monthly Bird Walks with Spokane Audubon docent, Joseph Cooney

Joseph Cooney will lead a bird walk with pointers and tips for spotting and hearing birds at Turnbull. He and the group will identify and count the numbers spotted. Meet in the Administration building parking lot to begin at 8:00 am. The scheduled dates are the first Saturday of each month - May 4, June 1, July 6, September 7, November 9.


Wild Flower Walk with WA Native Plant Society-
May 18, 10:00 am

Wild Flower walk with Native Plant Society members -- May 18 at Refuge. Meet at 10:00 am in the parking lot near the Refuge Administration Building.




Families in Nature links, activities

Family Scavenger Hunts on the Refuge - If you plan to take a walk with your family at the Refuge, you can print out our Kids Scavenger Hunt and see what you can find on your visit. Have Fun!

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