29, 2012): The Fern Ridge Wildlife Area check-in time for its youth upland bird hunt on Sept.
What does FRWA stand for?
FRWA stands for Fern Ridge Wildlife Area
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Samples in periodicals archive:
VIEWING What to watch for: Fern Ridge Wildlife Area is one home in the valley of the pileated woodpecker, with its red feathered crest and black-and-white coloring.
Farrell first got involved at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area as a participant in the ODFW "Master Hunter" program, which requires 20 hours of volunteer community service.
Locally, the hunts are being offered at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area on the weekend of Sept.
Good places to see these birds include Skinner Butte Park, Spencer Butte, Fern Ridge Wildlife Area and Howard Buford Park, among other locations.
Access regulations for five units of Fern Ridge Wildlife Area change concurrent with the end of duck season on Jan.
HUNTING Timely tips: Saturday is designated a Youth Hunt Day for the east and west Coyote units as part of the Fern Ridge Wildlife Area reservation waterfowl hunt program.
VIEWING Best bets: Natural Prairie habitats at Fern Ridge Wildlife area accessible from Royal Avenue are an excellent place to observe an abundance of waterfowl and raptors.