Alligator River and Pea Island NWR Interpretive Program Schedule

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Alligator River and Pea Island NWR Interpretive Program Schedule

Alligator River and Pea Island National Wildlife Refuges offer a variety of fun and educational seasonal programs on the refuge. During the summer, programs range from tram and canoe tours to preschool reading sessions and interpretive presentations. During the off season (Sep-May), the refuges host bird walks and special events.

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