By Outer Banks Voice on June 7, 2021
Weekly on Wednesdays from 8:30 to 11 am beginning June 16. Join us for a trip around the refuge and learn about the wild lands and wildlife. We do the driving. You sit, watch, listen and relax. Your tour guide will share interesting facts about Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. You’ll learn about the plants and wildlife found there. We’ll stop along the way when we see sights of interest. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars and camera. You’re welcome to bring a seat cushion, towel or blanket to soften the ride. And, we also suggest snacks, water and insect repellent. Tram seating is limited to app. 35 people.
To guarantee your tram seat call to make reservations, 252-216-9464. $10 for everyone 13 and above. Children 12 and under ride for free with a paying, supervising adult. There will be no tram tour if there is lightning, heavy wind or rain, or impassable road conditions. Dress for the weather. Co-sponsored by the Coastal Wildlife Refuge Society. Meet at Creef Cut Trail parking lot, Hwy 64 and Milltail Road. App. 5.5 miles west of Roanoke Island.
There are so many awesome things to see and do at the National Wildlife Refuges Visitor Center and on local national wildlife refuges! You may explore on your own, or you may plan to participate in any of our scheduled activities.
All reservations for trips requiring reservations should be made no later than 2:30 pm the day before the event (or earlier). Call 252-216-9464 to reserve.
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