Outreach at Cabo Rojo
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New Visitor Center at Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service headquarters at Cabo Rojo NWR has a new Visitor Center with the purpose of becoming a tourist destination in the western Puerto Rico, to provide visitors a unique experience through exhibits, and to display a documentary film interpreting the protection and conservation of the natural resources. There are two hiking trails adjacent to the Visitor Center. Visiting hours are Monday through Saturday from 9am to 4pm. For group reservations, email email@example.com. For more information, call 787-851-7258 x 311, go to http://www.fws.gov/Caribbean/ or find us on Facebook.
Our educational programs focus on a wide variety of activities and facilities ranging from talks, guided walks, and teacher workshops to exhibits, dioramas, and audio-visual presentations. Information and brochures for your school projects are also available.
These programs are tailored to educate students and communities about wildlife resources and local conservation issues.
Educators, students (from K through high school) and the community at large are encouraged through these programs and facilities to become actively involved in restoring, and protecting the environment.