For those looking to connect with nature and to enjoy learning about wildlife in the Lake Havasu area, walking tours of Bill Williams Wildlife Refuge will begin Sept. 5 and continue through May.
The tours will be conducted on Thursdays from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Bill Williams Refuge Visitors Center.
The walking tour will include the Visitors Center and the Peninsula and Delta trails. Walkers will learn about the Refuge’s habitat types and the plants and animals that use them.
Walkers should come prepared with sturdy shoes or boots, plenty of water, binoculars, sun screen and a hat to provide shade.
To get to the Refuge from Lake Havasu City, travel approximately 17 miles south on Sate Route 95, cross the Bill Williams River Bridge. Continue ½ mile and turn right into the Visitors Center parking lot near mile marker 161.
Fron Parker, travel north 18 miles to mile marker 161 and turn toward the lake.
For questions or more information, contact Wildlife Refuge Specialist Joey Saccamanno at 928-667-4144, ext. 128, or firstname.lastname@example.org.