In late May, Ducks Unlimited took part in the fourth annual Floods, Flowers, and Feathers Festival on Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), with the goal of spreading the message of wetlands and waterfowl conservation. A popular event in the Northwest, this festival provides attendees with an opportunity to experience and learn about the unique Channeled Scablands landscape of eastern Washington.
More: DU Participates in Fourth Annual Washington Festival
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