(Bigfork, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and Flathead Lake State Park at Wayfarers invite you to explore the wonderful world of pollinators on Sunday, June 23 from 2pm to 3pm.
Pollinators are very important to not only Flathead Valley, but the entire world. It is our responsibility to protect them. Join us for this hour-long, ranger-guided program to learn about Montana’s native pollinators, how to identify a bee from a wasp, and how to make your own mason bee condo using recycled materials. This program will be held at the Harry Horn Picnic Shelter of Wayfarers – Flathead Lake State Park and is intended for children aged 4-7. Cost is $4 per child, or $10 per family.
For more information, call the park ranger station at (406) 837-3041.
What: Let’s Bee Friendly!
When: Sunday, June 23rd, 2pm-3pm
Where: Flathead Lake State Park, 8600 Mt. Hwy 35, Bigfork
Flathead Lake State Park consists of six unique park units located around Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. The park units on the east side are Wayfarers, Yellow Bay and Finley Point and the west side units are West Shore, Big Arm and Wild Horse Island. In addition to boating, swimming and fishing, each park unit offers unique experiences including camping, rental picnic shelters, group camping, hiking, sightseeing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing opportunities.
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Flathead Lake State Park