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National Wildlife Refuge

97 Refuge Road
Limestone, ME   04750
Phone Number: 207-328-4634
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Environmental Education
Environmental educations programs are available.

The refuge has a small visitor contact station (VCS) displaying photograghs of local wildlife and taxidermy mounts. The VCS is under continuing development.

Wildlife Observation
The refuge offers several trails totaling approximately 6 miles. The trails lead the observer through the various habitats found on the refuge, wetlands, spruce-fir, and northern hardwood forests. Opportunities to see moose, black bear, mink, martin, fisher, and up to twenty species of warbler abound. Mid-May through June and September are the best times to see the refuges' wildlife.

The refuge is open sunrise to setset, seven days a week. The visitor contact station is open during the summer and manned by volunteers, during the remainder of the year access to the VCS is available when refuge staff are in the office.

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