USFWS in North Carolina
Southeast Region

Nature's the best teacher....

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

Refuge

Facilities
Alligator River
252-473-1131
Weekly public programs during the warmer months, self-guiding wildlife trails, Wildlife Drive, Red Wolf Howling Safaris, guided canoe tours, interpretive kiosks
* Back Bay
757-721-2412

Visitor Center, self-guiding wildlife trails, interpretive kiosks
Visit: http://backbay.fws.gov/education.htm

Cedar Island
252-926-4021
Interpretive kiosk
Currituck
252-429-3100
 
*Great Dismal Swamp
757-986-3705
Self-guiding wildlife trails, Visitor Center with educational exhibits
*Mackay Island
252-429-3100
Self-guiding wildlife trail, interpretive kiosks
Mattamuskeet
252-926-4021
Self-guiding wildlife trails, wildlife drive, interpretive kiosks
Pea Island
252-473-1131
Visitor Center with educational exhibits, self-guiding wildlife trails, interpretive kiosks
Pee Dee
704-694-4424
Self-guiding wildlife trails, wildlife drive, interpretive kiosks
Pocosin Lakes
252-796-3004
Visitor Center with educational exhibits, self-guiding trail, interpretive kiosks
Roanoke River
252-794-3808
Interpretive kiosks, Visitor Center with educational exhibits
Swanquarter
252-926-4021
Interpretive kiosks

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

Last Updated: 1/31/13