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North Dakota

Field Trips and Events

Canoes and Bison

June 28, 2014
8:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Washburn Boat Ramp
Washburn, North Dakota | Show Directions

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Also titled Of Field and Stream: Our History Through Our Natural History, the Conservancy's Canoes and Bison event provides an opportunity to discover more about the area’s history and natural significance on a guided tour through the state park, The Nature Conservancy’s Cross Ranch Nature Preserve, Fort Mandan and the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.

The day begins with a seven-mile canoe trip on the Missouri River. Participants will have lunch under cottonwood trees and then hike along the river before visiting the Conservancy’s Cross Ranch Nature Preserve to see and learn about the preserve’s bison herd and its habitat. The day concludes with stops at Fort Mandan and the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center.

Be Prepared
Wear weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes for canoeing, hiking boots, a hat and sunglasses. Also bring water, insect repellant, sunscreen, binoculars and a camera.

Register
Registration is required. For more information and to register, contact Jeff Carlson at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center at (701) 462.8535 or at jacarlson@fortmandan.org. NOTE: Registration is limited to 15 participants.

Cost
$25 per person
 

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