Wildlife

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Agua Fria National Monument

Published on January 21, 2016
Agua Fria National Monument
The Agua Fria contains one of the most significant systems of prehistoric sites in the American Southwest, including Pueblo La Plata, a major settlement of stone masonry pueblos. In addition to the rich record of human history, the monument contains outstanding biological resources. The area is the home to coyotes, bobcats, antelope, mule deer, javelina, a variety of small mammals…
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Agua Hedionda Lagoon Discovery Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Agua Hedionda Lagoon Discovery Center
The Agua Hedionda Lagoon Discovery Center is a nature center dedicated to environmental education and outreach. We are located on the eastern end of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon estuary and wetland area in Carlsbad. The 3800 square foot building was completed in October 2004 and began hosting public programs and outreach activities in 2005. Owned and operated by the Agua…
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Alabama Nature Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Alabama Nature Center
The Alabama Nature Center is a Planned-Use Outdoor Education Facility offering hands-on, outdoor-based educational programs and activities for students, educators, church and civic groups, and the general public. The ANC contains 350 acres of striking forests, fields, streams, wetlands, and ponds that are traversed by five miles of boardwalks and trails in three regions: Still Creek Run, Turkey Ridge, and…
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Alabama Wildlife Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Alabama Wildlife Center
Mostly a volunteer-operated nonprofit organization, the Alabama Wildlife Center was founded in 1977 and is Alabama's oldest and largest wildlife rehabilitation facility. With a dual mission to provide medical and rehabilitative care for Alabama's injured and orphaned native birds to permit their return to the wild, and to educate people in order to heighten awareness and appreciation for Alabama's native…
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Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge

Published on February 9, 2015
Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge
The setting sun drapes the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in blood-red shadows as bending cattails and dry greasewood take on a beautiful glow. Your head feels light as you look to the east, Bennet Peak.
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Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitors Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitors Center
The Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center is a partnership between Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge and the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve, dedicated to understanding and conserving the marine environment. Both partner organizations at Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center offer educational programs. The Center is open daily during the summer, check website for days and hours in the Fall,…
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Alaska Raptor Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Alaska Raptor Center
The Alaska Raptor Center has become Alaska's foremost bald eagle hospital and educational center, as well as one of the state's premier visitor attractions. Each year, the Alaska Raptor Center provides medical treatment to 100- 200 injured bald eagles and other birds. We are open for tours May through September, and the Center’s operating hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00…
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Albany Pine Bush and Discovery Center

Published on November 17, 2018
Albany Pine Bush and Discovery Center
About The Discovery Center: (OPEN DAILY, Monday-Friday: 9AM-4PM; Saturday,Sunday & Holidays: 10AM-4PM; Closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day) Admission is free. • As the gateway to the Pine Bush, the Discovery Center introduces you to everything that makes the Preserve rare, significant & distinct. • A one-of-a-kind interpretive center with interactive exhibits and a fully accessible outdoor…
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Alcovy Conservation Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Alcovy Conservation Center
Our scenic wildlife areas include woodland, wetland, and meadow habitats, as well as demonstration wildlife habitat gardens. Amble through our forest along Dogwood trail, as it takes you to the edge of our Tupelo Gum river swamp, along the Alcovy River. Deer, fox squirrel, otter, and a variety of songbirds are just a few of our year-round residents.
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Aldo Leopold Nature Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Aldo Leopold Nature Center
The mission of the Aldo Leopold Nature Center is to "teach the student to see the land, understand what he sees, and enjoy what he understands." in the spirit of famed Wisconsin conservationist, Aldo Leopold. Through hands-on, guided experiences, children and adults come to discover and explore the wonders of the natural world!
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