The Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge will host Crusin’ the Canal canoe program on the Erie Canal on July 29th, 2012 from 9 a.m. to noon. We will meet at the refuge’s visitor center, 3395 U.S. Route 20 East, Seneca Falls, NY 13148, at 9 a.m., and commute to May’s Point, off State Route 89N, to launch.
Facilitated by the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge staff, you will learn the fundamentals of canoeing and water safety. You will also learn the basics of water quality and may get the chance to sample the waters on and around the refuge. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
You can borrow ours or bring your own canoe/kayak. There are only a limited number of canoes available so call soon to reserve your spot. There is no fee for this program. For more information about the program at Montezuma, call Tyler Barriere at 315/568-5987 or email Tyler_Barriere@fws.gov; to register, please leave your name, email address, phone number, number of people, and whether or not you will need a canoe.
This event will give the public the opportunity to explore the waters surrounding Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge while learning about water quality and safety. You will also get the chance to see some of the sights on the refuge that are typically closed to the public.
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