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Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge

Category: Parks/Wildlife

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The Outer Banks of North Carolina

The refuge is located between Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe. Refuge Visitor's Center is located five miles south of the inlet. The 6,000-acre refuge is a haven for more than 360 species of birds. From spring to autumn, a large variety of wading, shore and upland birds can be seen. The observation platforms are near parking areas. Public interpretive programs are scheduled weekly during the summer and fall.








Location:
Between Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe. Refuge Visitor's Center is located five miles south of the inlet.








Hours:
Refuge open daily during daylight hours.








Admission:
Free. Guided canoe tours are available for a fee.








Services:
Public interpretive programs are scheduled weekly during the summer and fall.








Contact Information:
(252) 987-2394 or (252) 987-1118
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