Red River National Wildlife Refuge http://redriverradio.org en Red River National Wildlife Refuge to showcase its nightlife sounds http://redriverradio.org/post/red-river-national-wildlife-refuge-showcase-its-nightlife-sounds <p>The Friends of the Red River National Wildlife Refuge will host a public event Monday that will explore the night sounds on the refuge in Bossier City. Owls, frogs, and crickets are just part of the nighttime chorus, according to refuge ranger Terri Jacobson. In the spring, Jacobson said, the wildlife sounds intensify.</p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">“The animals are waking up and starting to call and sing and make noise as they’re gathering courtship, pairing up, getting together to create families for the spring," Jacobson said.</span></p> Mon, 24 Feb 2014 15:16:42 +0000 Kate Archer Kent 40583 at http://redriverradio.org Red River National Wildlife Refuge to showcase its nightlife sounds Red River National Wildlife Refuge offers educator workshops http://redriverradio.org/post/red-river-national-wildlife-refuge-offers-educator-workshops <p>The Red River National Wildlife Refuge in Bossier City is set to host four educator workshops this month.</p><p></p><p></p><p>Refuge ranger Terri Jacobson will lead the six-hour workshops where participants can earn professional development hours. The free seminars are open to many different types of educators. They will learn about helping children make deeper connections to nature and exploring many aspects of wild birds, among other topics. Red River National Wildlife Refuge manager, Pat Stinson told Red River Radio last year that its visitor’s center is a hub for outdoor education.</p> Mon, 15 Jul 2013 13:56:29 +0000 Courtney Heppe 30557 at http://redriverradio.org Red River National Wildlife Refuge offers educator workshops Refuge opens "green" visitor's center focused on education http://redriverradio.org/post/refuge-opens-green-visitors-center-focused-education <p>The Red River National Wildlife Refuge&#39;s&nbsp;new 9,000-square-foot facility will&nbsp;be a launch pad for refuge activities, including&nbsp;hiking, bird watching and berry picking. Officials say thousands of schoolchildren&nbsp;will use the&nbsp;refuge&#39;s new educational wing.</p> Thu, 12 Jan 2012 16:08:34 +0000 Kate Archer Kent 5191 at http://redriverradio.org Refuge opens "green" visitor's center focused on education