Follow the links below to download printable copies of many of our standard leaflets. Most have been re-designed for 8.5 X 11 format, to make printing easier. These are PDF files and will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.
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The Pea Island Tearsheet contains the primary rules and regulations for the Refuge and has up-close maps showing locations of visitor facilities.
A combined Bird List for birding the barriers islands known as the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge is the north 13 miles of Hatteras Island. Outer Banks Bird List.
Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge is open only during daylight hours. Anglers who wish to surf fish after dark must have this permit and abide by the regulations in the permit. Refuge Nighttime Fishing Permit.
The National Wildlife Refuges Visitor Center serves as a gateway to eleven national wildlife refuges in eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia and Edenton National Fish Hatchery. The refuges include Back Bay and Great Dismal Swamp in Virginia and Mackay Island, Currituck, Pea Island, Alligator River, Pocosin Lakes, Roanoke River, Mattamuskeet, Swanquarter, and Cedar Island in North Carolina. This leaflet provides information about things for you to experience on these sites.
Landscape-level conservation is a broad approach to managing for wildlife. Wildlife do not recognize refuge boundaries. Pea Island is one of a group of 12 national wildlife refuges and one national fish hatchery in eastern North Carolina. This leaflet contains contact information and directions to each site.
The Refuge Fact Sheet contains all the basic factual information about the refuge.
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