NIXON, NV: On Saturday May 4th come out and experience unique wildlife life and celebrate the Centennial of Anaho Island National Wildlife Refuge at the first ever Pyramid Lake Bird Day. This day long celebration begins at 10AM at the Sutcliffe Marina (2500 Lakeview Drive in Sutcliffe) with a traditional blessing ceremony and remarks by Tribal Chairman Elwood Lowery, and US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Regional Director, Ren Lohoefener. Other activities which will go on all day till 3:00PM include birdwatching, boat tours, an Environmental Fair, a tour of the Marble Bluff Fish Facility (NEED ADDRESS) and a full slate of cultural activities at the Pyramid Lake Museum (709 State Street in Nixon). Tribal food vendors will also be available for refreshments and food throughout the day. Tribal food vendors and local artists and craftsman will also be on hand to sell food and local art. Come enjoy the fun, and experience this unique lake and landscape, and most importantly, come celebrate 100 years of conservation!
For additional information about Pyramid Lake Bird Day, please visit www.pyramidlake.us or call
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