Seney Natural History Association
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
will reopen for the season on May 15th

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Volunteer at Seney
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Community Relations Volunteer Needed
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The Seney Natural History Association has helped fund programs at Seney National Wildlife Refuge since 1987. Through sales in the Visitor Center Bookstore and generous donations from friends of the Refuge, the Association has promoted a better understanding and appreciation of the natural history and natural environment of the Upper Peninsula, in particular, Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Some of their activities include:
Co-sponsoring special events (Snowfest, the Children's Fishing Contest, and Scout Day)
 
Funding public use facilities
 
Providing binoculars and field guides for visitors to borrow
 
Purchasing supplies for field trips and education trunks to be used by teachers and youth group leaders
 
Paying stipends for biology and public use student interns
 

SNHA Board of Directors
President: Bob Trautman
Vice President: Dee Phinney
Treasurer: Nancy Strawe
Secretary: Joe Kolder
Trustee: Margie Wicks
Trustee: Sharon Yale
Trustee: Karen Dooley
Trustee: Tom Kenney

Available Now!
Seney National Wildlife Refuge - Its Story
Narrative & Photos of the Refuge & its history

www.parcbotannia.info/project-details/
SNHA Contact Information
1606 Refuge Entrance Rd., Seney, MI 49883
Telephone
906-586-9851
Fax
906-586-3800
Questions or comments?
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