Wildlife Preserve

Alaksen National Wildlife Area

Published on August 10, 2015
Alaksen National Wildlife Area
The NWA is part of the Fraser River delta, an area of roughly 67,000 hectares (ha) recognized as an internationally important migration stop-over and wintering area for a large number of migratory birds along the Pacific coast. Consisting of a mosaic of estuarine habitats, remnant wetlands, riparian forests, agricultural areas, and urbanized zones, the delta attracts up to 1.4 million…
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Keepers of the Wild Nature Park

Published on May 20, 2015
Keepers of the Wild Nature Park
Keepers of the Wild provides a clean, safe and loving environment for over 150 exotic animals, including lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars, cougars, wolves and other wonderful animals. Each of these animals have their own history of how they became a member of the Keepers of the Wild family. Open Year-Round- Six days a week from 9am to 5pm (last tickets…
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Lippincott Bird Sanctuary

Published on February 9, 2015
Lippincott Bird Sanctuary
The Lippincott Bird Sanctuary was donated by Bill Lippincott in 1998. Mr. Lippincott, a former City of Lima forester shared his love of trees and nature with all who listened. You will enjoy the diverse array of habitats (prairie, meadow, woodland, and wetland areas) which are home to many different species of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians as you walk…
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Portage Creek Wildlife Area

Published on March 3, 2019
Portage Creek Wildlife Area
A 157-acre wildlife reserve home to a variety of wetland plants and animals. Stroll along the tranquil stream and enjoy the open meadow paths while catching glimpses of herons, raptors and many species of waterfowl. Visitors to the Portage Wildlife Sanctuary can enjoy the network of trails that cross the expansive fields. Other wildlife viewing opportunities include deer, hawks, beaver,…
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The Wattles Stewardship Center

Published on January 26, 2020
The Wattles Stewardship Center
The Wattles Stewardship Center is a 51-acre wildlife sanctuary and is also the location of New Jersey Audubon’s northern Stewardship Program staff. The Wattles Stewardship Center is flanked by a state wildlife management area to the southeast and preserved farmland to the northwest. A trail from the Wattles Center parking lot leads visitors to the Musconetcong River and will ultimately…
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Wildlife Prairie Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Wildlife Prairie Park
Wildlife Prairie Park is often referred to as a jewel in the Midwest. Located just outside of Peoria, IL, this 2,000 acre zoological park is home to over 150 animals; that’s 50 different species that are native to Illinois. Our guests come to learn about wolves, bison, waterfowl, black bears, elk, cougars, otters and much more. You will enjoy the…
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