Nature Preserve

Alice Nature Park

Published on March 21, 2017
Alice Nature Park
The Alice Nature Park is an 11 acre green space located at 100 West 2600 South in Nibley UT, just off Hwy 165. We are proud to be working with Bio-West on a comprehensive ecological design which will enhance the native flora and fauna for our visitors, students and wildlife to enjoy; passing on Alice's love for her land to…
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Allenberg Bog

Published on February 9, 2015
Allenberg Bog
Allenberg Bog is also known to some as Waterman's Swamp, Congdon's Pond, and Owlenburg Bog and is on the border of the towns of Napoli and New Albion, New York in Cattaraugus County. A unique and fascinating refuge of 390 acres, it is the jewel of the Buffalo Audubon Preserve System. Even before the first parcels joined Audubon's preserve holdings…
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Almond Marsh

Published on February 9, 2015
Almond Marsh
Almond Marsh is home to a great blue heron rookery and rare sedges. While there are no trails here, the site is a favorite among birders. On a good day, an astute observer may sight three dozen species including a wide variety of waterfowl, and raptors including Cooper's hawks or a peregrine falcon
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Amberjack Environmental Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Amberjack Environmental Park
Amberjack is a 225 acre park made up of unique scrub, pine flatwoods, marshes and other beautiful areas. Amberjack is traversed by two significant wetlands. They are havens for several species of wading birds, including glossy ibis, roseate spoonbills and snowy egrets. Two boardwalks lead to observational platforms on Lemon Lake, where people can enjoy the amazing variety of birds…
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Anderson Landing Preserve

Published on April 22, 2017
Anderson Landing Preserve
82 acres. Walking trails and a view point of Hood Canal. Directions: From Silverdale take Bucklin Hill Road to Anderson Hill Road. Turn right onto Warren Ave., about 1/4 to the parking lot / trail head.
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Andrew Toman Grove

Published on February 9, 2015
Andrew Toman Grove
This nature preserve is owned and maintained by the Forest Preserves of Cook County. It provides habitat for wildlife and plants, and provides the public with an opportunity to experience these habitats and to enjoy the outdoors.
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Animal Ark Wildlife Sanctuary

Published on February 9, 2015
Animal Ark Wildlife Sanctuary
From the very beginning, Animal Ark has strived to provide a safe haven for non-releasable wildlife. Exhibits are designed to be comfortable, spacious, and appropriate for each animal that the Ark agrees to take in, and are constructed with the highest quality materials and workmanship possible. While providing comfortable space for the animals, these exhibits are also designed to enhance…
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Annie Louise Wilkerson, MD Nature Preserve Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Annie Louise Wilkerson, MD Nature Preserve Park
The park is unique in that it is set aside for the sole purpose of helping visitors connect with nature through programs, hikes and self study. The park will be managed to preserve existing natural communities and native species. Hiking and wildlife watching are the main activities at the nature preserve. Visitors are encouraged to follow a "leave no trace"…
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Apalachicola NERR

Published on February 9, 2015
Apalachicola NERR
The Apalachicola Bay Reserve protects one of the most productive estuarine systems in the Northern Hemisphere, where the economic value of the natural resources and pristine conditions depend on the region's biological diversity. The 246,000-acre reserve on the Florida panhandle is about 75 miles southeast of Tallahassee and 60 miles east of Panama City. Included within the Reserve's management area…
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