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Winter Under the Ice planned on Sunday

Lake Bemidji State Park naturalist John Fylpaa will host Winter Under the Ice, an exploration of wintertime underwater activity, at the park from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday.

Lake Bemidji State Park naturalist John Fylpaa will host Winter Under the Ice, an exploration of wintertime underwater activity, at the park from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday.

Fylpaa will cut a hole in the ice to look into the wintery underwater environment, detailing the characteristics of how life sustains throughout the season. This program is offered free of charge to all park visitors. Day permits for the park are $5 and annual permits are $25.

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