Celebrate Migratory Bird Day At Alligator River Refuge
You are invited to the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day with an open air tram tour this Saturday, May 9, from 9am to 12pm.
You can hop on board the refuge tram and learn about the refuge’s diverse habitats. Habitat is critical to the survival of every living organism on the planet, including humans.
This year, International Migratory Bird Day is dedicated to the theme of habitat and what we can do to conserve habitat, restore, and protect it.
Aldo Leopold said it well in that land is the conduit for the energy from the sun, providing the vital habitat for all plants and animals. Meet at the Creef Cut Trail Parking Lot located at Milltail Road and Hwy 64 5 1/2 miles west of Roanoke Island.
Tram seating is limited. To guarantee your tram seats, you may register ahead of time and pay $10 per person.
Children 12 and under may register for free with one or more paying adults.
Unreserved seats will be filled at no charge on a first-come/first-served basis on the morning of the tour. For reservations, contact Steve at 252-216-9464.