Wildlife Watching

Ash Meadows NWR : Bighorn Sheep at Point of Rocks
Bighorn Sheep at Point ...

Ash Meadows NWR
Destruction Brook Woods

Destruction Brook Woods is Dartmouth Natural Resource Trust's largest Reserve and offers a variety of scenic trails for walking, hiking, biking and equestrian use. Dogs are also welcome at the park. Enjoy a wide variety of topography and wildflowers along the parks four blazed trial ...

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Turkey Swamp Park

This 2,204 acre wooded park in Monmouth County is a great place for the whole family! The 17 acre lake is perfect for fishing, boating and ice-skating in the winter. Other amenities include a play area, soccer field, trails for walking, running, hiking, biking and equestrian use. Turkey ...

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Amesbury Town Park

Have a great time at this park! Amesbury Town Park has recently renovated it's playground with tire, infant and regular swings, slides, a merry-go-round and lots of tunnels, poles, ladders, and bridges. It also has a great skate park, disc golf course, ice rink (in the winter), softball field, ...

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Trail Cam Captures Bears Dancing in Forest

A trail cam set up in an Alberta forest shows just how much goes on in the wilderness when humans aren't around. The cam captured bears, deer and even a mountain lion all passing by the same tree. Our favorite clip comes about halfway through the video, when there are four different grizzlies at the tree, all taking turns doing a Baloo-style back rub.

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Tate's Hell State Forest

This massive 202,000 acre state forest is located in Franklin County, between the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee Rivers. Tate's Hell State Forest offers a variety of recreation activities for the outdoor enthusiast. There are 35 miles of rivers, streams and creeks available for canoeing, boating and fishing. A concrete boat ...

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Covered Bridge Park

Amenities for this 13 acre park include: Open Space; Picnic Tables and Grills; "Red Bridge" - State Historic Marker; Off-road Parking, Fishing; Canoe access - Cedar Creek. Cedar Creek flows through this 12 acre park, and is one of the most convenient places to access this waterway. The park ...

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Guam National Wildlife Refuge

Guam National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1993, to protect and recover endangered and threatened species, protect habitat, control non-native species with emphasis on the brown tree snake, protect cultural resources, and provide recreational and educational opportunities to the public where possible. The refuge provides habitat for the last remaining ...

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William Kain Park

Established in 1977, William H. Kain County Park consists of 1,637 acres and 2 lakes, Lake Williams (220 acres) and Lake Redman (290 acres). Amenities include: fishing, boating, pavilion rentals, picnicking, hunting, horseshoe pits, playground, volleyball, multi-use trails, a bird viewing deck and a radio controlled ...

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