Wildlife Identification at South Fork State Recreation Area on Friday, May 31Posted on May 9, 2013 in news | Comments Off
Spring Creek, Nev. – South Fork State Recreation Area will be hosting a Nevada Wildlife Identification presentation with skins and skulls. Learn to identify local wildlife using animal skins and skulls.
WHAT: Skins and Skulls – Wildlife Identification
WHEN: Friday, May 31 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WHERE: South Fork State Reservoir is located by traveling seven miles south of Elko on State Route 227, 5.5 miles south on State Route 228, and 3.5 miles southwest on Lower South Fork Road; enter main entrance and go to top of East Campground.
WHO: The event is open to the public. The Nevada Department of Wildlife is sponsoring the event.
COST: The event is free, but the entry fee into park is $7; Nevada residents receive a $2 discount.
MORE: Everyone is welcome to attend. Seating is limited and is on first-come first-serve basis. Presentations may be cancelled due to inclement weather. Contact park for additional information.
The Nevada Division of State Parks plans, develops and maintains a system of parks and recreation areas for the use and enjoyment of more than 3.3 million visitors a year. The division was established in 1963 by the Nevada Legislature to form a new state park agency within the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The division manages and maintains 24 parks, historic sites and recreation areas in Nevada.