Natural Area

4H Acres

Published on February 9, 2015
4H Acres
4h acres is a beautiful natural area just outside of Ithaca NY, with many different kinds of programs and events.
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Agua Fria National Monument

Published on January 21, 2016
Agua Fria National Monument
The Agua Fria contains one of the most significant systems of prehistoric sites in the American Southwest, including Pueblo La Plata, a major settlement of stone masonry pueblos. In addition to the rich record of human history, the monument contains outstanding biological resources. The area is the home to coyotes, bobcats, antelope, mule deer, javelina, a variety of small mammals…
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Albany Pine Bush and Discovery Center

Published on November 17, 2018
Albany Pine Bush and Discovery Center
About The Discovery Center: (OPEN DAILY, Monday-Friday: 9AM-4PM; Saturday,Sunday & Holidays: 10AM-4PM; Closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day) Admission is free. • As the gateway to the Pine Bush, the Discovery Center introduces you to everything that makes the Preserve rare, significant & distinct. • A one-of-a-kind interpretive center with interactive exhibits and a fully accessible outdoor…
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America’s Stonehenge

Published on February 9, 2015
America’s Stonehenge
Like Stonehenge in England, America's Stonehenge was built by ancient people well versed in astronomy and stone construction. It has been determined that the site is an accurate astronomical calendar. It was, and still can be, used to determine specific solar and lunar events of the year.
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Angel Mounds

Published on February 9, 2015
Angel Mounds
About 500 to 700 years ago, the area we now call Angel Mounds State Historic Site was a thriving Mississippian Indian town. Built between A.D. 1050 and 1400, the town was occupied by 1,000 plus inhabitants until its abandonment around 1450. Throughout that time, it was the largest settlement in Indiana. It served as the center of trade, government and…
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Ape Cave Interpretive Site

Published on February 9, 2015
Ape Cave Interpretive Site
Apes' Headquarters, a Forest Service building near the entrance, provides lantern rentals and guided walks during the summer. Bring at least two sources of light per person, sturdy shoes, and warm clothing. Temperatures remain 42 F/5.6 C year-round. Please remember cave environments are fragile, practice "Leave No Trace." Ape Cave is open year round. However, during winter you have to…
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Appalachian Caverns

Published on February 9, 2015
Appalachian Caverns
Come visit with us and take a timeless stroll through the ever-changing caverns. Enjoy a picnic at our picnic area or camp in the campground. For the more adventurous, sign up for an Explorer Tour or Wild Tour and do some crawling around in the undeveloped areas of the cavern. No matter whether you spend a couple of hours or…
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Arapaho Bend Natural Area

Published on February 9, 2015
Arapaho Bend Natural Area
Arapaho Bend is a scenic entryway into Fort Collins with many natural features to enjoy! It is a popular fishing spot and is often visited by equestrians. You may see or hear some of the over 80 species of birds that use the habitat here including American white pelicans, prairie falcons, and cormorants. Visitors also may see mammals such as…
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Avalon Seawatch

Published on September 8, 2019
Avalon Seawatch
The Avalon Seawatch (New Jersey Audubon Society), a count of migrating seabirds, is conducted on the beach between 8th and 9th Streets, Avalon, NJ. This location was selected because the northern tip of Avalon extends a mile farther out into the ocean than the coastline to the north. Southbound seabirds that are following the coastline pass very close to this…
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