USFWS in North Carolina
Southeast Region

Environmental Education
(For publications, scroll down to reach individual refuges. For Refuges in Virginia, visit the refuge web site.)

Refuge

Facilities
Alligator River
252-473-1131
Creef Cut Wildlife Trail, Sandy Ridge Wildlife Trail, Wildlife Drive, Fishing Platform.
* Back Bay
757-721-2412

Visitor Center, Outdoor Classroom, trails, Back Bay, workshops, EE Packets, and more....
Visit: http://www.fws.gov/backbay/education.htm

Cedar Island
252-926-4021
Boat ramps available.
Currituck
252-429-3100
Vehicular access requires 4X4.
*Great Dismal Swamp
757-986-3705
A refuge orientation, film presentations, slide programs and outdoor classroom activities are available to organized school, civic, and professional groups. Advance reservations are required for all programs and may be made by phoning the refuge headquarters. Vehicle access is permitted for research and outdoor classroom groups only.
*Mackay Island
252-429-3100
 
Mattamuskeet
252-926-4021
 
Pea Island
252-987-1118
Visitor Center, wildlife trails, public access to beach and sound.
Pee Dee
704-694-4424
Wildlife trails, wildlife drive, fishing (no platform).
Pocosin Lakes
252-796-3004
Visitor Center, film, outdoor classroom, boardwalk.
Roanoke River
252-794-3808
Visitor Center, information kiosk, Kuralt Trail.
Swanquarter
252-926-4021
 

* Refuges are actually located, all or part, in Virginia.

Last Updated: 1/31/13