Spring is the perfect season to look for reptiles and amphibians!
Celebrate the return of warm weather by exploring Back Bay and False Cape for a day!
Come out and explore your national wildlife refuge!
Join the Back Bay Restoration Foundation, Back Bay NWR and False Cape State Park for a wild ride! The tram tour provides access to False Cape through the Refuge with a unique opportunity to view the array of wildlife found in the area, from birds to reptiles. The trip includes a one-mile hike (round-trip) to the historic Wash Woods cemetery site. Trams are first-come, first-served. Don't forget your binoculars and camera!
All sessions for the Biology Adventure Camp are full for the summer. If you would like to sign up as stand by please call and let us know.
The Great Bridge Fisherman's Association will host freshwater and salt water clinics on select Tuesdays this summer at Back Bay NWR!
Take a ride on the Blue Goose Express around Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge on a Friday evening!
What lives in Back Bay? Let's find out?
Turtle talk involves an indoor presentation followed by a short nature hike to find the common freshwater turtles at Back Bay.
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