Interactive Virtual Tour

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Enjoy our refuge from your computer using our extensive Virtual Tour!

Below is the link to a detailed and interactive 'virtual' look at the magnificent landscape and a variety of wildlife that make Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge a national treasure. The on-line interactive tour consists of many 360 degree panoramas, with annotated features, plus about 350 photos and their descriptions related to the physical locations represented by the panoramas. 

To get started, click on the START TOUR link below. Then, just click on a location icon on the Google Map. Detailed instructions are available by selecting the "click here" link in the left panel on the tour page. When you click on START TOUR link below, the tour will load in a separate browser window. You will need Javascript activated and it will requires the Google Maps plug-in for your browser. A high speed internet connection is also recommended for best results. FLASH is the default program used. Choose Quicktime VR or HTML5 if you do not have FLASH installed. Please ENLARGE your browser window to fill the entire screen for a richer viewing experience.




 CREDITS:The tour was programmed and photographed by James "Newt" Perdue, a volunteer at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. Other related photos by James can be found in several galleries here. The images on those external web pages are not a part of the US Fish and Wildlife Service webpage and are copyrighted by James Perdue.