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5K African Wildlife - Virtual Trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa - 1.5 HRS
 
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Explore the incredible wildlife Safari destination in 5K Ultra HD while watching our 5K nature relax video from https://www.beautifulwashington.com and http://www.proartinc.net The filmmaker is Robert Hofmeyr Discover the amazing Kruger National Park in South Africa. The video was filmed in high quality that let you enjoy the wildlife adventure. Download this wonderful video about unique African wildlife at https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/4k-wildlife-kruger-np-africa/ Kruger National Park offers an amazing variety of wildlife. Lots of species of mammals and birds to be found there. You will see a unique and varied wildlife: lion, leopard, rhino, antelope, impala, giraffe, hippo, buffalo, elephant and also enjoy cute baby animals. It’s a perfect spot for bird-watching. There are numerous species of birds: Burchell's Coucal, Woodland Kingfisher, eagle, Crested Francolin, Whitebacked Vulture and more. Enjoy beautiful nature of Africa, see many incredible animals and birds, relax and enjoy your virtual trip to wildlife. You can use this 5K relax video as a stunning video wall for office, restaurants, waiting rooms, spas, shopping centers, dental clinics, gyms and more. A nature environment helps you to leave your everyday stress and head out into wildlife. This Ultra HD video is very relaxing indeed and has healing and restoring effect, reduces anxiety, improves your mood and helps relax your mind. YouTube compresses video files and worsens the quality. Download an original file in top quality at https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/4k-wildlife-kruger-np-africa/ This beautiful video was shot by Robert Hofmeyr. Original Music by David Helpling http://www.ambientelectronic.com http://www.davidhelpling.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
Views: 1378351 4K Relaxation Channel
Photographing Wildlife for National Geographic Magazine
 
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Sponsored by Panthera Steve Winter Photography: http://www.stevewinterphoto.com Upcoming B&H Event Space Seminars: http://bit.ly/bheventspace Steve Winter's lecture will include images from his new book called Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat. Steve also discusses ethical issues in wildlife photography—and share tech tips, including the use of camera traps and other equipment developed by Nat Geo's photo engineering department.
Views: 114786 B&H Photo Video
4K Short Preview-Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Washington State
 
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Enjoy being out in nature and find yourself in a beautiful peaceful place with relaxing views of the Nisqually River, a magnificent blue sky and a wide variety of bird species watching our video from https://www.beautifulwashington.com and https://www.proartinc.net Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is a unique place for birdlife. It’s truly amazing to see birds in their natural habitat. The area is very scenic. This video will help you to recharge, balance and give you a complete immersion experience! Listen to soothing nature sounds, birds singing while discovering the fascinating surroundings of Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge at any time of the day or any time of the year. If you want to have this video in premium 4K Ultra HD in fully version and without irritating ads and watermarks, we recommend downloading it from https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/nisqually-short-film-4k/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
Views: 12873 4K Relaxation Channel
5K African Wildlife Documentary Film - Etosha National Park, Namibia, Africa
 
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Immerse in the amazing world of wildlife! The other world with its laws and highlights. It’s truly fascinating park where you can discover diverse species of mammals and watch beautiful birdlife. Use this 5K documentary film as an amazing 4K TV screensaver and get closer to nature. Listen to soothing music sound and bird singing which are perfectly combined. Take a virtual tour to Etosha National Park, Namibia and experience the stunning #wildlife in 5K high quality. It’s a great privilege to see the animals in their natural environment and get to be so close to them. This #5K nature documentary film will let you relax, recharge and discover the wonders of #Africa. The best place to see these awesome creatures are waterholes scattered around the park. It’s a unique place where animals and bird live freely and you can watch them any time. Explore Etosha Park in Namibia and download this video at https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/etosha-namibia/ Enjoy stunning video in Ultra HD playing it in your Apple TV, Roku TV, on any Android device, Chromecast, Xbox, Wii, etc. YouTube compresses the videos and the quality worsens significantly. Don’t miss this fantastic relaxation video and download it from https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/etosha-namibia/ This beautiful video was shot by Robert Hofmeyr Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
Views: 814584 4K Relaxation Channel
Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in 4K UHD | Spring - Episode 2
 
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Do you like to get outdoors? Are you keen on birds? Take a virtual trip to Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in 4K UHD while watching our video from http://www.beautifulwashington.com and http://www.proartinc.net. Find solitude and peace, enjoy views of surrounding scenery and feel yourself relaxed. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place where you can encounter a great number of birds and animals. This video was filmed in high quality that lets you see everything in fine detail. It’s a great place for birdwatching. Lots of geese and ducks are swimming on the water enjoying fresh water of the Nisqually River; long-legged wading birds are walking along the water bank; some of birds are flying over the estuary. Listen to soothing nature sounds and enjoy rain in the background. This video will help you to sooth your mind, calm down, concentrate and unwind. Use this 4K relaxation video as gorgeous video walls for any relax room, spa, waiting room, lobby, public transport, souvenir shop, gym, hotel, lounge, office, hospital, dental clinic, vet clinic, picture gallery, home and other public places. YouTube compresses video files and worsens the quality of the video significantly. If you want to enjoy real 4K, we recommend downloading it from https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/nisqually-national-wildlife-refuge-2-4k/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
Views: 37697 4K Relaxation Channel
4K African Wildlife - Great Migration from the Serengeti to the Maasai Mara, Kenya (2160p 4k)
 
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Gorgeous views, awesome animals, beautiful music will transform your TV into a majestic window to nature! Experience well-known Maasai Mara's wildlife without going on a trip. Discover an awesome natural wonder together with our 2160p 4K nature footage! Download the video and make it a gorgeous 4K TV screensaver at https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/4k-wildlife-africa-kenia-maasai-mara/ Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness. It is home for such animals as lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, hippos, giraffes, antelopes, jackals, hyenas, impalas, different bird species and more. Wildebeest traverse its plains during their annual migration. Enjoy the landscape that has grassy plains and rolling hills. But the best known thing about Maasai Mara is the Great Migration. The Great Migration in Africa is a breathtaking nature phenomenon which takes place between April and October each year. More than two million wildebeest and zebras trek from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Massai Mara National reserve in Kenya. Thousands of animals grazing the grass plains, a great number of wildebeest are trying to cross the Mara River braving and fighting the crocodiles. These animals migrate, meet their enemies and fight them bravely struggling for life and looking for greener pastures. We invite you to enjoy gorgeous wildlife in Kenya, Africa. This video in premium 4K quality from https://www.beautifulwashington.com and https://www.proartinc.net depicts diverse African wildlife in Maasai Mara National Reserve. Video by Robert Hofmeyr YouTube compresses video files and the quality worsens. Download the video at https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/4k-wildlife-africa-kenia-maasai-mara/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
Views: 557081 4K Relaxation Channel
Siberia On The Chesapeake - Magazine Winter 2011
 
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On a snow-covered February day, two ecologists braved the weather and trekked to Maryland's Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge to see the many birds visiting the area. Among them were snow geese — birds that breed in Siberia, but wait out the winter on the usually-less-frigid mid-Atlantic coast. That year, a massive snowstorm surprised humans and wildlife alike. Take a look at what the visitors saw that day, then read the full article to find out what the unusual weather meant for birds migrating through the U.S. http://www.defenders.org/magazine/winter-2011/green-scene-siberia-chesapeake
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Protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
 
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President Obama announces that The Department of Interior released a revised Comprehensive Conservation plan to better sustain and manage Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. This far northern part of Alaska is known to Alaska Native communities as "The Sacred Place Where Life Begins".
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ASMR Wildlife Magazine Page Flipping and Brushing [Binaural]
 
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Hello, my little Night Owls, A while ago a viewer (I cannot find the comment at all- if you are them please tell me!) suggested that I make a magazine flipping video! I thought that the images in this Wildlife magazine where perfect for your relaxation so I hope that you enjoy! Thank you and Goodnight! Pandora ASMR xxx {o,o}-(zzz) |)__) -”-”-- ~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~. Triggers: - page flipping - whispering - tracing etc. .~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~. What is ASMR? ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It is a very technical term for a very simple feeling. Most people experience ASMR when they are a child from Chinese whispers (as we called them), a teacher showing you something in class to a trip to a spa or hairdressers. There are thousands; maybe even millions of different triggers out there tailored to different types of Visual, Auditory and Chemical stimuli. It is often described as a tingling sensation from your head that tends to travel all through your body (if you're lucky enough)! Although very little scientific research has gone into the study of ASMR, thousands of people have admitted that it helps them in reducing stress/ anxiety levels, insomnia and their general mood outlet. I believe this is because of the types of hormones that are being released by the brain as an innate survival technique from stressful situations. Sort of like the opposite of a 'fight or flight' response. However, I am not a scientist by any standards! ASMR cannot replace any serious condition and for this, I would visit your local medical practitioner. Yet it still never fails in helping thousands of people every day. And that is why I love it. ~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~. LINKS!! ^_^ : My Patreon: I absolutely love creating new content and being a part of the ASMR community. It took a long time to finally decide to launch a Patreon account as I thought that I could produce content with the money I have now. However, there is an assortment of new equipment and props that I would love to use that I simply can't afford as a student. The donations are given per video and a cap can be placed on the month just in case I create a large amount of content all at once. I love any form of support whether it's from a comment, a view, a subscription or even monetarily. Another reason why I was wary of launching a Patreon was the possible negative response I could receive. Just understand that I haven't changed as a person just because I am placing this link here. I am simply putting this here for the people who have shown interest in giving donations. Thank you for everything. http://www.patreon.com/pandora_asmr PayPal: paypal.me/pandoraasmr Tweet me: https://twitter.com/pandora_asmr ** Disclaimer ** The videos featured belong to Pandora ASMR. Created for entertainment purposes. These cannot be used as a supplement to replace medication so please visit your local medical practitioner for this.
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America's Wildest Places - Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin
 
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Horicon National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1941 to provide an undisturbed sanctuary for a number of migratory birds and waterfowl including the redhead duck as well as to provide opportunities for people to connect with nature through many wildlife dependent recreational activities such as wildlife observation, photography, environmental education and interpretation, fishing and hunting. Horicon Marsh is a shallow, peat-filled lake bed scoured out of limestone by the Green Bay lobe of the massive Wisconsin glacier. The glacier entered this area about 70,000 years ago and receded about 12,000 years ago. The same layer of rock that forms the gentle hills to the east of the marsh extends 500 miles to the east and is the same rock layer over which the Niagara River plunges at Niagara Falls. This Niagara Escarpment bordering the marsh, commonly referred to as "The Ledge" extends for 230 miles in the state of Wisconsin alone. The marsh itself is approximately 14 miles long and ranges from 3-5 miles in width. The northern two-thirds of Horicon Marsh is managed by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service as the 22,000 acre Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. The southern third of the marsh, 11,000 acres, is managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area. At more than 33,000 acres, Horicon Marsh is one of the largest freshwater marshes in the United States and is a critical rest stop for thousands of migrating ducks, sandhill cranes and Canada geese. It is recognized as a Wetland of International Importance, as both Globally and State Important Bird Areas, and is also a unit of the Ice Age Scientific Reserve. The marsh provides critical habitat for over 300 species of birds as well as muskrats, red foxes, turtles, frogs, bats, dragonflies, fish and much more. Located in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties, Horicon Marsh is fed by the Rock River which flows through the refuge, following a course through southern Wisconsin and eventually ending in the Mississippi River at Rock Island, Illinois. Native people built effigy mounds between 700 A.D. and 1200 A.D. These earthen burial mounds, ranging in size from 25 feet to over 300 feet long, were built to represent animal and geometric shapes including panther, bear, bison, deer, birds and others. These mounds contained many artifacts. The oldest known human artifact in the state of Wisconsin - an 11,200 year-old projectile point - was found near the Ledge in Oakfield, just north of Horicon Marsh. Horicon National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of a complex that also includes the Fox River National Wildlife Refuge, 1,054 acres in Montello, WI; the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge, 330 acres, and Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge, 27 acres, located in Lake Michigan near Washington Island, WI; and the Leopold Wetland Management District, 57 waterfowl production areas, totaling 13,000 acres, located in 17 counties throughout Wisconsin. TRAVEL & TOURISM Wildlife observation; photography; hiking; fishing; educational programs; guided tours; bicycling; snowshoeing; cross country skiing; and deer and upland game hunting, are the recreational opportunities offered at Horicon. The office/visitor center is located on the east side of Horicon Marsh, 3.5 miles south of State Highway 49 on County Road Z. Horicon National Wildlife Refuge (Office/Visitor Center) W4279 Headquarters Road Mayville, WI 53050 Driving Directions: From Milwaukee (approx. 1 hour driving time): Take Highway 45/41 north. Follow the signs for Highway 41 north. Exit at State Highway 49 (Waupun). Turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Follow State Highway 49 (about 8 miles) to Horicon Marsh. From Madison (approx. 1 hour driving time): Take U.S. Highway 151 north to the State Highway 49 exit (Waupun). Turn right at the end of the exit ramp and stay on State Highway 49 as it will take you right to the marsh, especially our hiking trails and auto tour. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
LONELY ROAD to ALAMO : An Overland Trek Across the Desert National Wildlife Refuge
 
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Come visit us at: https://WAYALIFE.com and https://JLWRANGLER.com Buy WAYALIFE Swag & Parts: https://www.wayalife.com/store/ Jeep parts purchased through this Amazon link will help support this channel and at no cost to you: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wayalife It's hard to imagine but just north of all the glitz and glamour that is the City of Las Vegas, lies the 2nd largest wildlife refuge in the country and the largest one in the lower 48 states. I am of course talking about the Desert National Wildlife Refuge and it really is about as beautiful as it is vast. Unfortunately, a majority of it does lies within the restricted, Nellis Air Force Base (think Area 51) but a good portion of it can still be traversed in a 4WD vehicle like a Jeep. Of the many routes you can explore, our favorite is also one of the most remote and potentially dangerous ones and that is, the Road to Alamo. Back in the early 1900's, pioneers established a stage route that connected Corn Creek to the town of Alamo, which is located over 70 miles to the north and in the lush Pahranagat Valley. It was created to help transport goods and supplies to the booming mines and towns of southern Nevada and today, you can still travel along on the exact same rough and rugged road. For better or for worse, the road is in a National Wildlife Refuge and so it is well marked and even has informative signs along the way. Some of these signs remind travelers that there are NO services, NO water and very little to NO cell service out there and caution should be taken when traveling in the area. Also, there is a section of the trail that crosses a "dry lake" bed and more times than not, it is IMPASSIBLE due to being anything but dry. There have been many near life threatening instances where ill prepared individuals have gotten stuck at this point. Deep ruts filled with pieces of wood and other debris remain as evidence of people struggling to free themselves of the muck. With nothing to winch off of, the dry lake section of this trail should NEVER be crossed when wet. With all that said, this short video highlights a recent overland trek that Cindy and I took across the lonely Alamo Road. Certainly, it's nothing fancy and there's no rock crawling to speak of but we do hope you enjoy it for what it is - a day in the life of WAYALIFE. Although we didn't cover it in this video, I would highly recommend that you stop and check out the Visitors Center before heading out on a trek of your own, across the Desert Wildlife Refuge. They have great displays, tons of information on the area and even a nice little hike that takes you out to some cool stuff including an old historic cabin. :cool:
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America's Wildest Places - Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia
 
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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge includes more than 14,000 acres of beach, dunes, marsh, and maritime forest. Within a workday's access to millions of people, Chincoteague Refuge is one of the most visited refuges in the United States, providing visitors with outstanding opportunities to learn about and enjoy wildlands and wildlife. Most of the refuge is located on the Virginia end of Assateague Island; however, 418 acres are on the Maryland side of the island, 427 acres are found on Morris Island, and 546 acres comprise Wildcat Marsh on the northern tip of Chincoteague Island. The refuge's location along the Atlantic Flyway makes it a vital resting and feeding spot for a large number and diversity of birds. Chincoteague Refuge, originally established in 1943 to provide habitat for migratory birds (with an emphasis on conserving greater snow geese), today provides habitat for waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds, and song birds, as well as other species of wildlife and plants. HABITAT AND WILDLIFE Chincoteague Refuge provides food and shelter for a wide variety of wildlife and plants. In fact, more than 320 species of birds are known to occur on the refuge. The refuge also supports breeding populations of the endangered Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel and the threatened piping plover. Bald eagles and peregrine falcons also nest and migrate through the refuge. The beach is a major attraction for visitors in the summer. Where the sandy shoreline blends into the dunes, beach grasses grow and secure the sand. This is where you will discover the endangered seabeach amaranth growing. A variety of mollusks and crustaceans live and feed in the refuge's salt marshes. This habitat is vital to black ducks and many other migratory birds for nesting and feeding. Maritime forests are located on higher ground. This habitat is primarily loblolly pine, whose pine cones are the primary food source for the endangered Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel. A variety of oaks are also scattered throughout this habitat. Several species of snakes (non-poisonous), as well as rabbit, raccoon, fox, white-tailed deer, and sika (an oriental elk) live in these woodlands. Birds of prey, known as raptors, also nest in the maritime forest and soar above the tree line in search of food. TRAVEL & TOURISM The refuge provides wildlife-dependent recreational opportunities such as fishing, hunting, wildlife photography and observation, interpretation, and environmental education. A host of exhibits, displays, brochures, and wildlife-oriented programs and films are available to visitors. A variety of paved trails are open to hikers and/or bicyclists. Join Assateague Lighthouse Tours or take relaxed Refuge Wildlife Bus Tours. DIRECTIONS From Washington, D.C. Take I-95 to Route 301, following signs to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, to Route 50. Take Route 50 to Route 13 South (in Salisbury, MD). From Route 13 South take Route 175 (about 5 miles past Pocomoke City, MD). Travel east on 175 to Chincoteague Island, go straight at the light at the foot of the drawbridge onto Maddox Blvd.and follow the signs to Assateague Island National Seashore and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. From Baltimore, MD Take I-97 to Route 301, following signs to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, to Route 50. Take Route 50 to Route 13 South (in Salisbury, MD). From Route 13 South take Route 175 (about 5 miles past Pocomoke City, MD). Travel east on 175 to Chincoteague Island, go straight at the light at the foot of the drawbridge onto Maddox Blvd.and follow the signs to Assateague Island National Seashore and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. From Virginia Beach, VA Take I-60 to Route 13 North, following signs to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. Travel Route 13 North to Route 175. Travel east on 175 to Chincoteague Island, go straight at the light at the foot of the drawbridge onto Maddox Blvd.and follow the signs to Assateague Island National Seashore and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. Address for GPS: 8231 Beach Road Chincoteague Island, VA 23336 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
Surviving Alone in Alaska
 
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Heimo Korth is the last man standing in 19 million acres of Alaskan wilderness. His neighbors are polar bears and caribous. Say good bye to civilization and see how they do it in the arctic circle on the last frontier in America. In 1980, Jimmy Carter established the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in the Alaskan Interior, cutting off 19 million acres of prime boreal wilderness from the mitts of fur trappers, oil tycoons, and would-be lodge owners alike. Only six families of white settlers were grandfathered in and allowed to keep cabins in the refuge—of them, only one still stays there year-round living off the land. His name is Heimo Korth, and he is basically the Omega Man of Americas Final Frontier. Hosted by John Martin & Thomas Morton | Originally released in 2009 at http://vice.com Part I: First Night (00:00) Part II: Learning to Survive (15:46) Part III: Life in a Cabin (19:20) Part IV: Man vs. Beast (33:36) Part V: Death of a Daughter (44:41) Part VI: Going Home (49:27) Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Explore Wild India Magazine : Panna National Park Wildlife Movie
 
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Panna National Park is a national park located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It has an area of 542.67 km2. It was declared in 1994 as the twenty second Tiger reserve of India and the fifth in Madhya Pradesh. In 2009, the entire tiger population had been eliminated by poaching with the collusion of forest department officials. But after lots of efforts of forest department of our state, tigers are again roaming in the forest and there are around 40+ tigers in the area, as per the survey of april 2017. Pandav Falls is a waterfall in the Panna district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. About 30 metres (98 ft) high, it is located on a tributary of the Ken River. The Ken River, is one of the major rivers of the Bundelkhand region of central India, and flows through two states, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. It is a tributary of the Yamuna. The falls are named after the legendary Pandava brothers of the epic poem Mahabharata, who supposedly visited this area. Remains of caves and shrines that commemorate this legend can be seen around the pool below. The Government of India along with Government of Madhya Pradesh and Government of Uttar Pradesh have planned to link the Ken River with Betwa River. This involves construction of 283m long Daudhan Dam. The project aims to transfer excess water from Ken basin to Betwa basin thus provide water access to the drought prone region of Bundelkhand. This construction will cause inundation of 400 hectares of land of 4300 hectare Panna Tiger reserve. Environmentalist are afraid that this will adversely affect the population of tigers in the region. Video : By https://www.instagram.com/farhan1992/ ( Farhan Khan) . .
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America's Wildest Places - Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland
 
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Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, located on Maryland's scenic Eastern Shore, consists of over 25,000 acres of freshwater impoundments, brackish tidal wetlands, open fields, and mixed evergreen and deciduous forests and is home to the largest remaining natural population of endangered Delmarva fox squirrels and to the largest breeding population of American bald eagles on the East Coast, north of Florida. The Refuge has been referred to as the "Everglades of the North," and has been called one of the "Last Great Places" by the Nature Conservancy. Blackwater Refuge contains one-third of Maryland's tidal wetlands, which makes it an ecologically important area within the state. It is recognized as a "Wetland of International Importance" by the Ramsar Convention and was named a priority wetland in the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. In addition, Blackwater Refuge has been designated as an Internationally Important Bird Area. The Refuge is fed by the Blackwater River and the Little Blackwater River, both of which flow through three local swamps: the Gum, the Kentuck, and the Moneystump. Due to its location, Blackwater Refuge is an important stop along the Atlantic Flyway (a migratory bird route that stretches from Canada to Florida). Blackwater Refuge is an estuarine marshland ecosystem and is known for its brackish tidal marshes and majestic loblolly pine trees (the loblolly is a southern pine that is accustomed to coastal conditions and reaches its northern limit just north of Blackwater). The drier marsh meadows at Blackwater are dominated by saltmeadow cordgrass and saltmarsh cordgrass, while the wetter marshes are frequented by Olney three-square. In addition to marshland, Blackwater Refuge also holds smaller areas of mixed evergreen and deciduous forests, managed freshwater impoundments, and managed cropland. The freshwater impoundments and cropland are carefully maintained by Refuge management and help increase the diversity of food and wildlife at the Refuge. Living in the marshlands and forests of Blackwater are many forms of unique and interesting wildlife. In addition to over 250 species of birds, Blackwater also boasts 35 species of reptiles and amphibians, tens of thousands of geese and ducks during the peak migration periods, and many resident mammals including whitetail deer, sika deer (an Asian elk), foxes, otters, and raccoons. In addition, Blackwater Refuge is frequented by three recovering species: the endangered Delmarva fox squirrel, the American bald eagle, and the migrant peregrine falcon. The bald eagle population is a source of great pride at Blackwater Refuge and is often the top attraction for many visitors. Blackwater Refuge is part of the Chesapeake Marshlands National Wildlife Refuge Complex, which is comprised of Martin NWR, Eastern Neck NWR, Susquehanna NWR and the Barren Island, Watts Island, Garrett Island, Bishops Head, and Spring Island Divisions. Blackwater Refuge has also played a role in Native American and African American historical happenings. Nause and Waiwash were the names of two Nanticoke Indian ancestral villages that were based in Dorchester County, Maryland -- the home of Blackwater Refuge. The Nause-Waiwash Indian tribe now consists of over 250 descendants of the original Nanticoke Indians from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The tribe has restored their Longhouse at the corner of Maple Dam Road and Greenbriar Road, half a mile from the Refuge, which is adjacent to Fishing Bay Wildlife Management Area. In Fishing Bay are Guinea and Chance islands, the ancestral home of the Nause-Waiwash Indian tribe who still make annual visits there. Also, the region is steeped in Civil War and civil rights history; nearby Bucktown is the birthplace of Harriet Tubman, one of the conductors of the Underground Railroad. Tubman took many slaves to freedom in Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario, Canada. Blackwater Refuge is believed to be a former hiding place for escaped slaves who were travelling on the Underground Railroad. VISIT BLACKWATER A daily permit is required for all tourists and visitors to the Wildlife Drive unless they possess an annual pass, lifetime passport, or current Duck Stamp. The Wildlife Drive and associated trails are open from dawn to dusk every day. Visitors can drive, bike, or walk the length of the Wildlife Drive, which is approximately four miles in length. Address: Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge 2145 Key Wallace Drive Cambridge, Maryland 21613 Telephone: 410-228-2677 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge Desert Wilderness, Arizona
 
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Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona, encompassing 860,000 acres of mainly desert, is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The refuge's focus is on the endangered Sonoran pronghorn, bighorn sheep and lesser long-nosed bat. Seven rugged mountain ranges are separated by broad flat valleys of creosote-bursage that is dissected by desert washes covered with mesquite, palo-verde and ironwood. Lava flows as old as two million years extend into the south-central portion of the refuge, an extension of the geologically famous Pinacate volcanic field in Sonora, Mexico. Saguaros loom in stark profile above the baked earth. Its 56-mile border with Sonora, Mexico, might well be the loneliest international boundary on the continent. Cabeza Prieta, Spanish for "dark (or dirty) head," refers to a lava-topped, granite peak in a remote mountain range in the western corner of the refuge. This landscape is big and wild and can be incredibly hostile to those that need water to survive. Yet within this harsh environment life persists, even thrives. The refuge is home to more than 275 different species of wildlife. Endangered Sonoran pronghorn and lesser long-nosed bats call this parched land home, as do desert bighorn sheep, desert tortoises and many other species of lizards, snakes, and even a few toads. Many birds migrate through the area during spring and fall. The migrating warblers, swallows and flycatchers find food and shelter along the refuge's vegetation-lined washes. Others birds reside here year-round, including elf owls that peer from holes carved in the saguaros by Gila woodpeckers. Far from a barren desert, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge harbors nearly 400 plant species. For thousands of years, runoff from the mountains during summer monsoons and winter rains eroded into the valleys below bringing sand, silt and gravel. These soils support the plant community known as the creosote bursage flats, broad flats on gently sloping hillsides that support creosote bushes, white bursage, mesquite, palo verde, ironwood, ocotillo and an abundance of cacti, including cholla, and saguaro. Depending on the amount of rain the desert receives during the fall and winter, the spring flower show can be spectacular with more than 30 species flowering at once. Almost all of Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge is designated wilderness. It is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, a national network of lands and water managed for the benefit of wildlife by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Travel & Tourism: A portion of the refuge is open to tourists and visitors for wildlife related activities including wildlife watching and photography, primitive camping, limited hunting, and environmental education and interpretation. The refuge's visitor center is located in Ajo, Arizona. It is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. Here, refuge staff and volunteers are available to provide you with maps, brochures and checklists and let you know what's happening on the refuge. This is also where the business of the refuge is conducted. Directions: Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge's office and visitor center are in Ajo, Arizona. From Phoenix: Take I-10 west to exit 112. Follow Highway 85 south to Gila Bend and continue south on 85 approximately 40 miles to Ajo. From Tucson: Take Highway 86 (Ajo Way) west across the Tohono O'odham reservation to the town of Why and follow Highway 85 north to Ajo. From Yuma: Take I-8 east to Gila Bend and follow Highway 85 south approximately 40 miles to Ajo. The refuge office is on the west side of Highway 85 at the north end of town. The lat/long to the refuge's visitor center is 32.385579, -112.872383. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places   National Wildlife Refuge System
 
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A hundred years in the making, the National Wildlife Refuge system is a network of habitats in the United States of America that benefits wildlife, provides unparalleled outdoor experiences for all Americans, and protects a healthy environment. National wildlife refuges provide habitat for more than 700 species of birds, 220 species of mammals, 250 reptile and amphibian species and more than 1,000 species of fish. More than 380 threatened or endangered plants or animals are protected on wildlife refuges. Each year, millions of migrating birds use refuges as stepping stones while they fly thousands of miles between their summer and winter homes. Clean water. Clean air. Unusual and abundant wildlife. World-class recreation. The Refuge System provides and protects it all on 150 million acres of land and water from the Caribbean to the Pacific, Maine to Alaska. There is at least one national wildlife refuge in every state. TRAVEL & TOURISM Today, there is at least one wildlife refuge within an hour's drive of most major metropolitan area. Refuges welcome more than 45 million visitors each year, who participate in a wide variety of recreational activities: - Hunting - Fishing - Wildlife observation, including birding - Photography - Interpretation in refuge visitor centers and along hiking trails - Environmental education Specific events and activities are listed on the Special Events calendar and on individual refuge Web sites. The Refuge System is a division of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service within the Department of the Interior. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
 
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A land of awe-inspiring beauty, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska is also home to a wide variety of wildlife including moose, eagles, brown and black bears, lynx, wolves, and trumpeter swans. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Nearly two million acres in size and the most visited refuge in Alaska, Kenai Refuge is characterized by its diverse habitats and wildlife. Ice Fields & Glaciers - The eastern portion of the refuge descends from the 6,500 Harding Ice Field to 2,000 to 4,000 ft. peaks in the western Kenai Mountains. Ice fields and glaciers are vital sources of fresh water for wildlife and people. Mountain goats, brown bears and ravens have been sighted crossing glaciers and on nunataks - exposed mountains projecting above the glacial ice. Mountain Tundra- Tree line ends at 1,500 to 2,000 ft. with low growing tundra plants and shrubs continuing in elevation to snow and rock fields at 4,000 ft. Dall sheep, mountain goats, and caribou roam this rugged country. Hoary marmots form colonies on talus slopes. Brown bears graze for berries and occasionally take marmots and sheep. Wolves and golden eagles have been known to be successful hunters of young sheep. Wolverines scavenge the carcasses of dead sheep and goats. Northern Boreal Forest- From sea level to 2,000 ft., the northern boreal forest is found on the refuge. This forest is composed predominately of white and black spruce, birch, aspen, and cottonwood trees in various stages of succession. This habitat is an important nesting area for summer migrants including orange-crowned and myrtle warblers, olive-sided flycatchers, fox sparrows, ruby crowned kinglets, and Swainson's and hermit thrushes. Local resident birds include great horned owls, hairy and downy woodpeckers, spruce grouse, red-breasted nuthatches, and boreal and black-capped chickadees. Lakes & Wetlands- The northeastern portion of the refuge is dotted with hundreds of small lakes surrounded by wetland tundra or spruce/hardwood forest hills. This large wetland habitat supports migratory breeding birds including common and pacific loons, grebes, trumpeter swans, sandhill cranes, ducks, and shorebirds. Mammals found within this habitat include caribou, moose, beaver, muskrat, and mink. The lakes support a variety of fish species, such as rainbow trout, arctic char, red and silver salmon, and sticklebacks. Within this habitat, the Chickaloon River Flats remains the last pristine major saltwater estuary on the Kenai Peninsula. Rivers- The refuge is drained by nine river systems, including the world famous Kenai River, renowned for its wide variety of sport fish including Chinook (king), sockeye (red), and coho (silver) salmon, and Dolly Varden and rainbow trout. TRAVEL & TOURISM Your opportunities for outdoor adventures here extend year-round and include world-class fishing, hunting, hiking, cross-country skiing, canoeing, and camping. Whether you choose to fish or float the emerald waters of the Kenai River or experience wilderness solitude canoeing in lowland lakes or hiking high into the alpine tundra, you are sure to create life-long and indelible memories. Driving Directions: From Anchorage, drive 90 miles on the Seward Highway to the junction of the Sterling Highway. Turn west at Milepost 37 of the Sterling Highway and travel 18 miles to the eastern Refuge boundary at Milepost 55 of the Sterling Highway. In three more miles (Milepost 58, Sterling Highway), you find the Refuge Visitor Contact Station on the north side of the Sterling Highway, a self-serve information facility during summer months. On the south side of Sterling Highway at Milepost 58 is the eastern turn off for Skilak Lake Road. This 19 mile gravel loop road leads to Refuge hiking trails, campgrounds, and a scenic drive and then rejoins the Sterling Highway at Milepost 75. Whether you take the Skilak Lake Road or the Sterling Highway from Mile 58, you are approximately 40 miles from Soldotna and the Refuge Visitor Center. To find the Refuge Visitor Center when you arrive in Soldotna, travel to mile 95 of the Sterling Highway, crossing the Kenai River Bridge. Once you cross the river, immediately get in the far left turn lane and make a left on to Funny River Road. As soon as you are on Funny River Road, prepare for an immediate right turn on to Ski Hill Road. Ski Hill Road is gravel, and you will drive one mile up the hill and make a left turn on to a paved road leading to the Visitor Center. The Center is open daily in summer (Weekdays: 8:00AM--4:30PM; and weekends: 9:00AM--5:00PM) and Monday through Saturday from October through April (Weekdays: 8:00AM--4:30PM and Saturdays: 10:00AM-5:00PM). Contact: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge P.O. Box 2139; Ski Hill Rd. Soldotna, Alaska 99669-2139 Phone: 907-262-7021 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, West Virginia
 
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Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, West Virginia, the nation's 500th was established on August 11, 1994. The refuge encompassing 16,550 acres works to preserve the unique wetlands and uplands of this high elevation, moist valley. The valley's high elevation and position in the Allegheny Mountains combine to create a cool, moist climate. Visitors enjoy the Refuge's snowy winters, cool summers and the expansive views looking over grasslands and wetlands. This climate supports species, like balsam fir, cottongrass, woodcock and fisher usually found far north of here. Many plants and animals are near their southern limits amidst the valley's rugged beauty. Rare species abound in the high elevation wetlands. The refuge is home to 580 species of plants and 288 different animals; quite a diversity of life. The combination of wetlands, forests, shrub lands and old fields throughout the valley provides a diversity of wildlife habitat. In these habitats, animals such as deer, raccoon, geese and squirrel are easy to see. Others such as mink, bobcat and barred owls stay hidden most of the time. Beavers use trees to build dams, altering water levels to suit their needs. Woodcock treat us to their breeding display in spring. Elusive turkey and ruffed grouse provide a challenge for hunters. Along with native brook trout, you will also find other species of trout and bass in the Blackwater River and its tributaries. WETLANDS There are relatively few places in West Virginia where ducks call, herons fly, and shorebirds probe the earth for food. Canaan Valley is such a place. Mallards, black ducks and wood ducks nest in the marshes. Solitary and spotted sandpipers are found wherever a small pocket of wetlands exist. Timid herons and snipe squawk in alarm and fly when encountered. Frogs and salamanders mate in the vernal pools. These are among the many animals you may find in Canaan Valley's wetlands. A patchwork of 23 wetland types, including bogs, shrub swamps and wet meadows, carpet the valley floor. At about 8,500 acres, this is the largest wetland complex in the state of West Virginia, and is a regionally significant wetland complex within the southern Appalachians. Currently, 5,573 acres of these wetlands are part of the refuge. The ecological functions of wetlands provide valuable services to people. Wetlands absorb water like a sponge, slowing it down during heavy storms, thereby reducing downstream flooding. FORESTS Forests of beech, cherry, birch and maple cover the slopes of the mountains and add color to the fall. Scattered stands of spruce, balsam fir and hemlock remind us of the boreal forest that once dominated the valley. Squirrels, ruffed grouse, turkey and bear make their homes in these woodlands. Hermit thrush, ovenbirds and woodland warblers also find their place here. A large diversity of salamanders find their niches in these and other Appalachian woodlands. Canaan Valley's forests harbor the threatened Cheat Mountain salamander found in areas with spruce forest cover. Endangered Indiana Bats may be found along the stream corridors. GRASSLANDS Grasslands are important for the wildlife that they hold, particularly grassland birds. Savannah, field and grasshopper sparrows, bobolink and meadowlark are a few of the species using the refuge's grassland management areas. Grassland habitat is in decline nationwide. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service works to conserve these birds, in accordance with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, here and at other refuges. Grasslands are also important during the winter months. They provide hunting areas for rough-legged hawks and migrating northern harriers. The short vegetation allows raptors access to the small mammals who also call grasslands their home. TRAVEL & TOURISM Tourists may enjoy the refuge by participating in wildlife-dependent recreation, including wildlife observation and photography, hunting, fishing, environmental education and interpretive programs. Parking and trail maps are available at all trail heads. With the help of The Friends of the 500th, the refuge offers a regular schedule of programs and tours. Hours: The refuge is open from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. CONTACT AND DIRECTIONS The Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge visitor center and headquarters are located on SR 32 at: 6263 Appalachian Hwy Davis, WV 26260 304-866-3858 [email protected] From Davis, WV: Take SR 32 S approximately 8 mi. on the right. From Harman, WV: Take SR 32 N approximately 9 mi on the left Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - The 16 National Wildlife Refuges of Alaska
 
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This video showcases the 16 National Wildlife Refuges of Alaska that cover 76.8 million acres of the wildest of wild places in a land of towering mountains, misty islands, and rolling tundra, inhabited by great herds of caribou, muskox, and walrus; polar bears, black bears, and brown bears; moose, wolves, and wolverines; sea birds, waterfowl and rivers teeming with fish. Explore the staggering beauty of this region and prepare to be enchanted. Yaroooh! for Kids | Nature http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, Indiana
 
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Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1966 to provide resting and feeding areas for waterfowl during their annual migrations. The refuge includes 7,724 acres near Seymour, and a 78-acre parcel, known as the Restle Unit, near Bloomington. The refuge mission is to restore, preserve, and manage a mix of forest, wetland, and grassland habitat for fish, wildlife, and people. More than 280 species of birds have been seen at Muscatatuck, and the refuge is recognized as a "Continentally Important" bird area. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Wood ducks are one species of waterfowl that finds excellent nesting habitat at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. Males usually arrive in February to check out suitable nesting cavities in forested wetland areas. Females arrive soon after the males, and egg laying occurs in tree cavities in March and April. By early May the young wood ducks hatch and leave the trees to spend the rest of the summer in refuge wetlands. In late fall, wood ducks leave the refuge and migrate south. Early mornings in mid-summer are good times to observe young wood ducks feeding in marsh areas along the auto tour route. Adult and immature bald eagles can sometimes be spotted on the refuge hunting for fish over marshes, moist soil units, and lakes. Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is also home to river otters, once common in Indiana. Good viewing areas for otters are the marshes and creeks along the auto tour route along with Stanfield and Richart Lakes. Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is a pocket of wetland habitat surrounded by farmland and development. While 86% of the historic wetland habitat in Indiana was drained, many refuge wetlands survived. Refuge staff manage water levels in moist soil units, marshes, and two lakes. Some marshes are flooded and periodically drained to encourage plant development. Moist soil units and marshes are sometimes disked to prevent trees and other unwanted vegetation from taking over. Natural springs have combined with creek drainages in the Moss Lake area to create a swamp that serves as an important sanctuary for many species of wildlife. About 70% of Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is covered by forest. Most forest at the refuge is bottomland hardwood forest that is frequently covered with water. Beaver dams are removed periodically to keep bottomland forests healthy, and trees are planted in certain areas to reduce forest fragmentation and provide diverse habitat for wildlife. The restoration of bottomland hardwood habitat is a major goal of the Big Rivers Ecosystem of which Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is a part. Areas of grassland habitat on Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge are periodically mowed or burned to prevent trees from taking over and to provide for many wildlife species. Grassland areas along the auto tour route provide excellent wildlife viewing opportunities for birds including meadowlarks, grasshopper sparrows, sedge wrens, and sometimes even sandhill cranes. TRAVEL & TOURISM Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge has excellent opportunities for wildlife observation, and approximately nine miles of roads are open for driving, including a four-mile auto tour. There are five hiking trails, two observation decks, plus a number of abandoned farm roads open for exploring. Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is a great place for photographers and, with patience and the right equipment, excellent photos can be taken from refuge roads and trails. There are opportunities for hunting deer, squirrel, rabbit, quail, and turkey at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. Fishing takes place in refuge waters marked with "Public Fishing Area" signs. Most anglers fish for largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and channel catfish. Non-motorized boats may be used in Stanfield Lake. Canoes and kayaks may be used in Richart Lake, and "belly-boats" may be used in all fishing areas. The public contact point is the visitor center, the first building on the right when you enter the refuge. The Chestnut Ridge Interpretive Trail is an accessible one-quarter mile trail adjacent to the visitor center. A four-mile auto tour route starts at the visitor center and loops past wetlands and upland habitat. Observation Decks are located at Endicott Marsh and on the Hunt-Richart Hiking Trail on Richart Lake. Directions, Address & Contact Info: Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is located near Seymour, Indiana. The entrance is located three miles east of Interstate 65 on U.S. Hwy. 50. The address is Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, 12985 E. U.S. Hwyl 50, Seymour, IN 47274. Phone is 812-522-4352. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, Vermont
 
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The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1943 to provide habitat for migratory birds. It consists of 6,729 acres of habitats, mostly wetland habitats, which support a variety of migratory birds and other wildlife. The refuge was designated as an Important Bird Area in partnership with the Audubon Society. A mosaic of wetland habitats offers opportunities to see and manage more than 200 species of birds. Fall migration features 20,000-25,000 migrating ducks. Nesting bald eagles, osprey, and a great blue heron colony numbering more than 300 nests are present on the refuge. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Wood Duck - Visible from mid-March through early November. This species is often seen in virtually all wetland habitats on the refuge. Great Blue Heron - Visible at the refuge from mid-March through mid December or until ice formation. A large great blue heron rookery is present on the refuge near the delta where the Missisquoi River intersects Missisquoi Bay. One of the best ways to enjoy seeing great blue herons and a variety of other wildlife including bald eagles and osprey on the refuge is by small watercraft (canoe, kayak, small motorboat). Bobolink - Visible from mid-May through the end of August. A grassland bird species that is best observed along Tabor Rd along the westernmost side of the refuge. The colorful males provide a unique song and flight along the refuge grassland units of the refuge. These same grasslands provide opportunities to see northern harriers, eastern meadowlarks, and savanna sparrows. Wetlands - The majority of Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of a variety of freshwater wetland habitats. Vegetated composition within many marsh units is comprised of emergent species such as wild rice, smartweed, pickerel weed, arrowhead and giant burred. Pond shield and white/yellow lilies are also present in many marsh units. Woodlands - Lakeside Floodplain Forest, Silver Maple-Sensitive Fern Riverine Floodplain Forest and Red Maple Green Ash Swamps are the dominant wooded communities on the refuge. All three communities tolerate seasonal inundation and have associated understories of winterberry holly, dogwoods and a variety of water tolerant fern species. The trees in all three communities can grow to heights in excess of 100 ft and have tree diameters in excess of 3 feet. The seasonally open Jeep Trail parallels the Missisquoi River under a canopy of these giant trees for nearly 2 miles. Bog - The Maquam Bog is classified as a pitch pine woodland bog. This community is the only one of its kind in Vermont and one of only a few found throughout New England. The 900 acre bog features pitch pine, rare Virginia chain fern, blueberries, a variety of sphagnum moss species and is dominated by rhodora. Peat depths range from 2.5 ft to 8 ft deep. Fires and flooding are the two events that have shaped and maintained the vegetative communities in the bog. The bog is home to short eared owls, shrikes, moose and serves as a wintering area for whitetail deer. TRAVEL & TOURISM Five refuge trails encompassing 7.5 miles provide excellent opportunities for wildlife observation in many different upland and wetland habitats. Numerous board-walks on these trails allow quiet, elevated access through wildlife habitats to see migratory and resident species. The refuge delta, Missisquoi River, Dead Creek, provide a water rich alternative to observe wildlife on the refuge. Kayaks, canoes, and small motorized boats allow access to the refuge in areas where trails are not available.The best time of year to photograph is the spring and summer. The warm shallow water of the Missisquoi Delta provides excellent fishing opportunities on and around the refuge. Big game, upland small game, and water/other migratory bird hunting are allowed on portions of the refuge. Contact and Directions: Missisquoi NWR 29 Tabor Rd. Swanton, VT 05488 802-868-4781 Vermont RT. 78 to Tabor Rd. Turn onto Tabor proceed south 1/4 mile to refuge HQ. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
 
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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge System in New Mexico is well known for the thousands of sandhill cranes, geese and other waterfowl that winter here each year. The 57,331-acre refuge harbors a wild stretch of the Rio Grande, a ribbon of cottonwood and willow trees visible on the landscape from distant mesas. The river and its diversity of wildlife have drawn humans to this area for at least 11,000 years when humans migrated along this corridor, sometimes settling to hunt, fish and farm. Artifacts and stone tools found nearby tell us that nomadic paleoindian hunters pursued herds of mammoth and bison in the valley. While there is always something interesting to see, you will find the greatest numbers of birds at the refuge from early November to mid-February. If you arrive shortly before dawn and wait near the flight deck observation area, you will see thousands of light geese milling around on the water. Just about the time the sun peeks over the hills, the flock responds to a subtle trigger and thousands of geese rise en masse from the water in a thrilling thunder of wings and fill the sky as they fly low over your head to the north to spend the day feeding in the fields. In the late afternoon they streak the sky in long wobbly skeins as they return to the water to roost for the night. The afternoon fly-in is almost as much fun as the morning fly-out. Hundreds of sandhill cranes fly out in smaller groups after the geese have left the ponds and return late in the afternoon. Remember that pre-sunrise temperatures can be really low in the winter so be sure to dress in warm clothing. Check the weather forecast and sunrise. (link to map page) During the winter daylight hours you can drive the auto tour loop or hike the trails and see groups of light geese and cranes, thousands of ducks of many varieties, hundreds of Canada geese, dozens of hawks, eagles, blackbirds, crows, roadrunners, herons, sparrows, grebes, coots, and other birds along with occasional reptiles, amphibians and mammals, such as mule deer, coyotes, and jackrabbits. Check the bulletin board at the entrance booth for recent sightings. American white pelicans pass through in the spring and fall. Summer is the time to see Canada geese, ducks, cormorants, grebes, heron and egrets (perhaps, nesting), ibis, killdeer, stilts, turkey vultures, hummingbirds, doves, pheasants, quail, turkeys, meadowlarks, finches, grackles, kingbirds, towhees, gulls, swallows, avocets and many other bird species along with mule deer and coyotes. Today, the refuge staff at Bosque del Apache manages water to create wetlands, just like when the river ran wild. These seasonal wetlands re-create the exact types of habitats that year-round and migratory wildlife need to thrive. Using gates and ditches, refuge workers move water from the river through fields, marshes and ponds... and then back to the river to mimic natural flooding cycles. And so once again, the Rio Grande and its wetlands provide food and homes for some of America's most spectacular wildlife...as well as places where thousands of people -- tourists and visitors - can see and enjoy the natural world. DIRECTIONS From the north (Socorro, NM), drive nine miles south on I-25 to exit 139, go east one-fourth mile on US 380 to the flashing signal at the village of San Antonio, turn right onto Old Highway 1, and drive south nine miles to the Visitor Center. From the south (Las Cruces, NM), drive north on I-25 to exit 124 (San Marcial), go east on the dirt road 1.5 miles, then north on Old Highway 1 to the visitor center. The lat/long to the visitor center is 33.804777, -106.890917. Visitor Center Daily -- 8am to 4pm *Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the Fourth of July. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
Bosque del Apache - National Wildlife Refuge
 
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America's Wildest Places - Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
 
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Misty fjords, deep glacial valleys, and lofty mountains distinguish the 1.9 million-acre Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Kodiak is the "Island of the Great Bear," the Kodiak brown bear that inhabits this wild, rugged Archipelago in the Gulf of Alaska, 252 miles south-west of Anchorage. Today, the refuge has a global conservation role - to instil regard for bears, salmon, and other wildlife within the largest intact, pristine island ecosystem. Kodiak's diverse habitats encompass 117 salmon-bearing streams, 16 lakes, riparian wetlands, grasslands, shrub lands, spruce forest, tundra, and alpine meadows. Collectively these habitats sustain 3,000 bears, account for up to 30 million salmon caught by the Kodiak-based fishing fleet, support more than 400 breeding pairs of bald eagles, and provide essential migration and breeding habitat for another 250 species of fish, birds and mammals. Such natural abundance and spectacular scenery attracts thousands of visitors to the refuge annually. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Refuge terrain is mostly mountainous dissected by fiords and deep river valleys carved by ancient glaciers. Diverse refuge wildlands, ranging from Sitka spruce forest on Afognak Island to rolling tundra on the Aliulik Peninsula, help sustain brown bears, bald eagles, Sitka-black tailed deer, red fox, river otter, ermine, tundra vole, and little brown bats along with other wildlife. Kodiak brown bears are a distinct subspecies from mainland brown bears; they have been isolated on the archipelago since the last ice age, about 12,000 years ago. A rich variety of vegetation, salmon, and berries provide ideal habitat for bears, and their population flourishes - estimated at about 3,000 bears within the boundaries of the Kodiak Refuge. TRAVEL & TOURISM Kodiak Refuge offers superb recreational opportunities—an ideal destination for wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking, kayaking, fishing, camping, and other types of outdoor adventures. If you enjoy getting outdoors and looking for wildlife, Kodiak provides incredible opportunities for viewers and photographers! From birding to bear watching, visitors come from all over the world to enjoy observing species in their wild habitat. Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge offers a number of environmental education programs for a variety of audiences. Is your school, youth, environmental or other group interested in learning more about the wildlife, plants, habitats and ecology of Kodiak? Contact or visit the refuge Visitor Center to check on program availability and reservation policies. Popular fishing destinations such as the Karluk, Uganik, and Ayakulik Rivers offer world-class fishing opportunities for salmon, steelhead, and rainbow trout. Hunting is a popular activity on the refuge. As practiced on refuges, hunting, trapping and fishing do not pose a threat to wildlife populations, and in some instances are necessary for sound wildlife management. The Kodiak Refuge Visitor Center is located at 402 Center Ave, Kodiak. Getting there: Visiting Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge can be the experience of a lifetime! Getting to the refuge is not as simple as jumping into a car or strapping on a pair of hiking boots. The refuge covers 1.9 million acres on Kodiak, Uganik, Ban, and Afognak islands, areas only accessible by floatplane or boat. Before departing for a trip into the Refuge, visitors typically reach the island of Kodiak by air from Anchorage. Listings for lodging, tours, air charters and outfitters are available through the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce at (907) 486-7605. For questions about recreation, please contact the Refuge Visitor Center at 907-487-2626 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, Alabama
 
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The Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge is located on both banks of the Chattahoochee River in south-east Alabama and south-west Georgia. Named after the city of Eufaula, the refuge offers a variety of wetland and upland habitats for diverse fauna. A prominent feature of the abundant wetlands is Lake Eufaula (Walter F. George Reservoir) and several feeder streams. The Eufaula NWR is home to a large variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and insects. Habitats range from lake to shallow shores, from creeks to wetlands, from open fields to shaded woodlands. In addition to the many species which call the refuge home year round, many more use the refuge as a migratory destination or stop over during the fall, winter and spring. The refuge's primary purpose is to provide habitat for wintering waterfowl, other migratory birds and resident species; to provide habitat and protection for endangered or threatened species; and to provide wildlife oriented recreational opportunities for the public. Waterfowl can be seen most easily November through February. Visitors are directed to the Upland Waterfowl Viewing Platform overlooking the Upland Impoundment. It is a covered, open-air pavilion, and the impoundment is a shallow water area managed specifically as a waterfowl resting and feeding area. To see wading and water-birds, visitors are directed to one of four impoundments, three of which have active nesting colonies of several species. In the spring, breeding herons and egrets can be seen on Bird Island visible from the Wildlife Drive. The island is off limits to visitors. Migratory songbirds can best be seen on walks into wooded areas around the wildlife drive or other areas. Many other wildlife species such as alligators, hawks, and deer can be seen along the 7-mile wildlife drive. TRAVEL & TOURISM In general, the refuge is open to visitors during daylight hours, seven days a week. Brochures are available at the leaflet racks located at the entrance to the wildlife drive, at the headquarters, and at the entrance of the Kennedy and Bradley units. There is a 7-mile auto route, two viewing towers, and a walking trail. The best time to observe most wildlife is the early morning or late afternoon hours. Some species can be observed during mid-day. Refuge tours are provided for organized scout, school, and church groups or other organizations. Off-refuge programs are provided to civic groups, school classes, or any other organization when staff/volunteers are available. Only licensed vehicles are permitted. Access is limited to gravel roads; some roads are closed seasonally. ATVs are prohibited. Horseback riding is permitted on gravel roads only. Riders are cautioned to watch for vehicles. Non-motorized bikes are permitted on gravel roads only. Hunters, fishermen and wildlife observers are encouraged to use bicycles to access remote areas. Address: 367 Highway 165 Eufaula, AL 36027-8187 (334) 687-4065 FAX: (334) 687-5906 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge, Illinois
 
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The 43,890-acre Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge, Illinois is one of the largest refuges in the Great Lakes/Big Rivers Region. The Refuge includes hardwood and pine forests, grasslands, wetlands, rolling hills, and rugged terrain. WILDLIFE AND HABITAT Forests cover about 56 percent of the Refuge. One Refuge goal has been to manage for productive oak-hickory forest dominated by native species. Examples of wildlife that use Refuge forests are deer, squirrels, raccoons, hawks, owls, and a variety of migratory and resident forest birds The bobcat, though elusive, is seen somewhat regularly at Crab Orchard. This territorial and largely solitary cat needs a range of about 5 square miles, which means there could be as many as a dozen or more adult bobcats on the Refuge. Crab Orchard is no exception and is home to six nesting pairs of resident bald eagles and their offspring. A few nesting sites are visible from public roads throughout the Refuge and eagles are spotted daily. The colder and snowier the weather, the better your chance for spotting eagles. Resident eagles will be strengthening their pair bond while working on their nests. Many migrating eagles spend their winters at Crab Orchard, following the flocks of ducks south. Crab Orchard is also home to a thriving population of wild turkeys. Spring is a great time to see wild turkeys at the refuge. Summertime is the perfect time to enjoy songbirds on the refuge. Bluebirds are abundant and nest in the boxes provided. If the weather is good, they may raise two of three clutches of chicks over the summer. TRAVEL & TOURISM The Refuge offers hiking trails, hunting, fishing, wildlife observation and photography, environmental education and interpretation, boating, swimming, camping, and picnicking. Getting There: Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge is located in the southern portion of Illinois, with lands in Williamson, Jackson, and Union counties. The Refuge visitor center is located five miles west of Marion, Illinois, and five miles south of Herrin, Illinois, on State Route 148. To get to the Refuge Visitor Center from I-57, take exit 54 B onto IL-13W toward Carbondale for 3.6 miles until you reach the IL-148 intersection. At this intersection, turn left onto IL-148 and travel South 1.6 miles until you reach the Refuge Visitor Center. To get to the Refuge Visitor Center from I-24, merge onto I-57 N via exit 44B for 1.3 miles until you reach exit 45, IL-148. Take IL-148 North for 7.7 miles until you reach the Refuge. Address: Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge 8588 Route 148 Marion, IL 62959 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Pennsylvania
 
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John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum is a green respite nestled within the urban setting of the city of Philadelphia. Refuge lands are a thriving sanctuary teeming with a rich diversity of fish, wildlife, and plants native to the Delaware Estuary. Healthy and productive expanses of freshwater tidal marsh, open waters, mudflats, and forests support the hundreds of species that breed, rear their young, rest during migration, and call the refuge home year-round. With partners' support, the refuge leads by example in the restoration and conservation of freshwater tidal marsh within the Delaware Estuary. Also, given its accessibility and visibility to over 35 million Americans living within a 2-hour drive, the refuge serves as a prominent ambassador of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Its high-quality programs promote natural and cultural resource stewardship, demonstrate the conservation of urban wildlife habitat, encourage compatible outdoor public use, and serve as a living classroom to connect people with nature and local history. Those who visit John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge are inspired to take action to improve the quality of life for themselves and those around them. WILDLIFE & HABITAT The refuge protects a variety of habitats for birds in the highly urbanized landscape of greater Philadelphia. It has been designated as an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. While most of the 300 plus avian species identified at the refuge utilize it as a migratory stopover, more than 80 species have been recorded nesting on the refuge over the years. Several species are also state listed as either threatened or endangered species or species of state or national management concern. The refuge is home to the northern river otter and the marsh rice rat. There are eight turtle, three snake, and eight frog and toad species known to inhabit the refuge. John Heinz NWR protects the largest remnant of freshwater tidal marsh, roughly 285 acres (one-third square mile) that remains in this part of the State. A marsh is a type of wetland that is dominated by herbaceous rather than woody plant species. TRAVEL & TOURISM With over 10 miles of trails and several wildlife observation platforms, the refuge provides many areas for visitors to observe wildlife. There is also much to discover, study and photograph. Canoeing is one of the most popular activities at John Heinz refuge. Paddle the 4.5 mile segment of Darby Creek to wind through the largest freshwater marsh in Pennsylvania. Recreational fishing is a priority use of the National Wildlife Refuge System and there are many locations to fish throughout John Heinz refuge. Refuge trails are open every day of the year from sunrise to sunset, free of charge. The main entrance to the Refuge at 86th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard in Southwest Philadelphia provides access to the Visitor Center, foot trails, fishing, and wildlife observation platform. Contact: John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19153 215-365-3118 office Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, Mississippi
 
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Noxubee Wildlife Refuge in east-central Mississippi was established in 1940 and serves as a resting and feeding area for migratory birds and resident wildlife including blue herons, white-tailed deer, alligators, egrets, ibis, beaver, and the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. The refuge contains wetlands, cypress groves, prairie grasslands, and forests. Approximately 42,500 acres of the refuge are comprised of bottomland and upland woodlands. Goose Overlook This thirty-foot high observation platform overlooks Dickerson Arm of Bluff Lake and is a favorite wildlife viewing area for many people. During the fall, as many as 400 Canada geese, and up to 70 white-tailed deer can be seen at one glance in the fields and lake from this location. The platform is accessed by a level, handicap accessible, 150-foot walk. This site is open year-round, daylight hours only. Morgan Hill Overlook This observation platform sits atop Morgan Hill and provides perhaps one of the best vistas on the Refuge. From the platform, visitors will be greeted by a panoramic view of 600-acre Loakfoma Lake. Winter guests delight in the antics of the bald eagles which find this area favorable. The platform is handicap accessible and is accessed via an interpretative trail which winds through the Prairie Demonstration Project. This site is open year-round, daylight hours only. Bluff Lake Boardwalk This1000-foot long boardwalk takes the visitor onto an otherwise inaccessible cypress island. The walk is pleasantly shaded in summer and sheltered from wind during winter. The roofed overlook at the end of the boardwalk views the cattle egret rookery in summer and sports a beautiful view of Bluff Lake year-round. A great spot for viewing eagles and other waterbirds! Cypress Cove Recreational Boardwalk This winding boardwalk is located on Bluff Lake at Doyle Arm. A little over 500 feet in length this boardwalk allows access to Bluff Lake for fishing, sightseeing, birdwatching, or just a different view. It takes the visitor into a cypress grove on the edge of Bluff Lake and into the domain of the alligators and water dwelling creatures. In warm weather the floating cypress logs offer sunning spots for turtles. Wading birds, waterfowl, bald eagles, and a large winter rookery of cormorants are often seen from this vantage point. This boardwalk is wheelchair accessible. TRAVEL & TOURISM There are seven walking trails varying in length from 1/4-mile to more than four miles, three overlooks, boardwalks, a picnic area and visitor center with exhibit hall and overlook. Depending on the time of year, there is hunting and fishing too. There are numerous places for great photography, wildlife observation and for wild-flower observation. During summer months visitors have the best chance to see alligators. The lakes are low and the alligators are plentiful. The most regular place to see alligators is off Alligator Point, just east of the Bluff Lake Boardwalk. Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge 2970 Bluff Lake Road Brooksville, MS 39739 Telephone:(662)323-5548 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
National Wildlife Federation presents Mobile Apps for Kids
 
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For years, our children's magazines have entertained and educated children about the wonders of nature. Now, we are happy to introduce game apps for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch! Kids (and adults) can continue to have fun while learning about wildlife and wildlife habitats on a new delivery platform. Visit http://bit.ly/18o9tpT to learn more. Ranger Rick's Raiders of the Lost Aardvark Ages 7 and up The action never stops in this thrilling game of mystery and mummies. Join Ranger Rick on a wild ride to track down clues to solve the mystery of the missing aardvark. Download now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ranger-ricks-raiders-lost/id485374393?mt=8 Ranger Rick's Click the Birdie Ages 7 and up Kids become star nature photographers as they travel with Ranger Rick to six wildlife habitats across the United States. In each habitat, kids put their camera skills to the test by snapping pictures of fast-flying birds. Download now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/click-the-birdie/id483216182?ls=1&mt=8 What Did Snakey Eat? Ages 2 to 5 In this silly game, pre-schoolers help Sammy the Skunk figure out what his friend , Snakey ate by matching the shape in Snakey's belly to one of the suggested objects. Download now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/what-did-snakey-eat/id483259852?ls=1&mt=8 National Wildlife Federation works on protecting wildlife and wild places for our children's future. To learn more go to http://bit.ly/1366fHf Raccoons are among the most adaptable of all animal species, and the National Wildlife Federation's raccoon mascot, Ranger Rick, is showing his adaptability as he enters the digital world. For over 40 years, Ranger Rick magazine has entertained and educated generations of children about the wonders of nature. Now NWF is introducing game apps for kids so they can continue to have fun while learning about wildlife and wildlife habitats on a new delivery platform.
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America's Wildest Places - Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina
 
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The Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge encompasses more than 113,000 acres and was established in 1990 to protect and enhance a unique type of wetlands called Pocosin and to provide habitat for migratory waterfowl and other birds. Pocosin wetlands are extremely flat and their natural drainage is poor. The top layer of soil is comprised of mostly organic material, or peat. This organic matter consists of leaves, sticks, and other organic debris that were once submerged in water and decomposed slowly. It takes over 100 years to create one inch of peat. Water bodies on the refuge consist of black-water rivers, Pungo Lake, Lake Phelps, and New Lake. Black-water rivers begin in the coastal plain and, unlike brow-water systems that originate in the piedmont or mountains, carry very little inorganic sediment. The dark water of Pungo Lake is caused by tannins and particles from peat and natural vegetation that prevent sunlight penetration to the bottom of the lake. Therefore, no submerged aquatic vegetation occurs in Pungo Lake. Thousands of waterfowl can be observed on the lakes during fall and winter. Pocosin Lakes supports a large variety of wildlife. Over 200 species of birds, over 40 species of mammals, and over 40 species of reptiles and amphibians use the refuge habitats. The Pungo Unit provides wintering habitat for many species of ducks which arrive after the first full moon in November, as well as large concentrations of tundra swans and snow geese. The spring and fall migration of migratory songbirds paints the forests with a variety of beautiful songs and colors. The refuge also has the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker and bald eagles. Large populations of black bears and white-tailed deer inhabit the refuge. Other mammals found here include the endangered red wolf, raccoon, gray squirrel, cotton-tail rabbit, marsh rabbit, bobcat, gray fox, red fox, and coyote. For reptiles and amphibians, there are four venomous snakes including timber rattlesnake, cottonmouth, pygmy rattlesnake and copperhead; and numerous species of turtles, such as yellow-bellied slider, painted, spotted, snapping, box, mud, and musk turtles. There are also a variety of frogs and toads on the refuge including southern leopard frog, American toad, cricket frog, green tree frog, eastern narrowmouth, spade foot toad, squirrel tree frog, carpenters frog and bullfrogs. In addition, North Carolina is at the northern tip of the range of the American alligator and they are occasionally seen on the refuge. Getting There The Refuge is located 6 miles south of Columbia, NC off Hwy 94 on the east and 18 miles south of Plymouth, NC off Hwy 45 on the west. There are several access points to the refuge. The Pungo Unit can be accessed by taking Hwy 45 South to Pantego, NC. Other parts of the Refuge can be accessed by taking Hwy 64 to Roper and turning onto Newland Road and then taking Shore Drive. The Walter B. Jones, Sr. Center for the Sounds, refuge visitor center and headquarters complex, is located on Hwy 64 in Columbia, NC next to the Tyrrell County Visitor's Center. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
 
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The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is the most remote and far flung unit of the National Wildlife Refuge System. A place of great distances and greater dramas, the Refuge includes the spectacular volcanic islands of the Aleutian chain, the seabird cliffs of the remote Pribilofs, and icebound lands washed by the Chukchi Sea. Established in 3.4 million acres, the Refuge is home to mammals such as the polar bear, northern fur seal, Steller sea lions, otters and walruses; 40 million seabirds of more than 30 species such as puffins, auklets, cormorants and other migratory birds, and the marine resources upon which they rely. Because it is spread out along most of the 47,300 miles of Alaska's coastline, the sheer span of this refuge is difficult to grasp. Its more than 2,500 islands, islets, spires, rocks, reefs, waters and headlands extend from Forrester Island, to the north of Canada's Queen Charlotte Islands deep in the southeast tongue of the state, to the westernmost tip of the Aleutians (and of America!), and north to Cape Lisburne on the Arctic Ocean. Traveling between its farthest-flung points would be the equivalent of taking a trip from Georgia to California. So many facets of Alaska's history happened on the lands and waters of the Alaska Maritime Refuge that the Refuge seems like a time-capsule story of the state and the conservation of island wildlife. Pre 1800s -- The first people come to the islands, the Russian voyages of discovery, the beginnings of the fur trade, first rats and fox introduced to islands, Steller sea cow goes extinct. 1800s -- Whaling, America buys Alaska, growth of the fox fur industry, beginnings of the refuge. 1900 to 1945 -- Wildlife Refuge System is born and more land put in the refuge, wildlife protection increases through treaties and legislation, World War II rolls over the refuge, rats and foxes spread to more islands. 1945 to the present -- Cold War bases built on refuge, nuclear bombs on Amchitka, refuge expands and protections increase, Aleutian goose brought back from near extinction, marine mammals in trouble. Getting There The refuge is headquartered in the Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center located in Homer, which is at the end of the Sterling Highway, approximately 225 miles south of Anchorage. Regularly scheduled flights are available from Anchorage. The Alaska State Ferry System also serves Homer. Since most of the refuge is very remote, access is difficult and expensive. Tourists and visitors should contact the refuge for specific information about particular sites. Yaroooh! for Kids | Nature http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine 75th Years in Print
 
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75 Years in Print The outdoor magazine of Texas has seen some changes over the last three-quarters of a century.  Meet the people who craft it each month and see what it takes to deliver the state’s great outdoors to mailboxes and newsstands everywhere.
Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
 
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From the WHYY news magazine First, a piece on the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware
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National Wildlife Action Plan for 2017-2031, India selects 106 coastal sites for conservation
 
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America's Wildest Places - Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge
 
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Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1990 to protect, conserve, and restore habitat for wildlife native to the river's floodplain. The refuge consists of twenty-two islands and three mainland tracts scattered along nearly 400 miles of the Ohio River. Most of the refuge's 3300 acres of land and underwater habitat are located in West Virginia; however, Pennsylvania and Kentucky each have two refuge islands. The refuge is important in conserving the "wild" Ohio in a river system occupied by many competing interests. Refuge islands are gradually returning to forested conditions after years of farming, oil and gas extraction, and other activities. Planning is underway to evaluate mainland wetlands and backwater areas for possible inclusion in the refuge. WILDLIFE & HABITAT The refuge's islands include habitats ranging from recently abandoned farm fields to pockets of old-growth timber. Small wetlands occupy areas on Middle and Grape islands. Prior to European settlement, impressive forests of giant sycamores, silver maple, cottonwood and other trees covered the islands in mature bottomland hardwood forest. Today, the refuge is working to restore this habitat through natural re-growth and tree planting. Refuge boundaries extend to underwater areas around islands in West Virginia and Kentucky. A range of shallow and deep water habitats add to the diverse character of the islands and their wildlife. Though silent and unseen on the bottom of the river, native freshwater mussels are a key group of refuge wildlife. Many of the forty species here favor the sand and gravel habitat associated with the islands. These fascinating animals depend on fish hosts to complete their life cycles. Two endangered mussels, the fanshell and the pink mucket, occur on the refuge. The islands offer birds places to feed and rest during migrations through the Ohio River corridor. Although many just pass through, some eighty bird species nest on the refuge, including tiny prothonotary and cerulean warblers. Great blue herons occupy several nesting rookeries, and osprey find abundant fish needed to raise their young. Winter brings another host of birds to the refuge, primarily waterfowl. Bufflehead, lesser scaup, and ring-necked ducks are common during some years. Bald eagles have been seen with increasing frequency during the past few years, especially during colder winters when northern feeding areas freeze over. Whether on land or in the water, refuge habitats and wildlife are threatened by invasive exotic plants and animals. Japanese knotweed and other plants take over disturbed ground. Zebra mussels attach to native mussels and compete with them for food. Combating these pests represents a huge challenge for the refuge. TRAVEL & TOURISM All refuge property is open to the public from an hour before sunrise to an hour after sunset. Main activities are wildlife viewing, photography, fishing and hunting. Several islands have sandy beaches which are a popular stop for boaters, especially during the summer. Getting There: Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge headquarters are located at 3982 Waverly Road outside of Williamstown, WV. From I-77 take exit #185; follow WV-14 (Highland Ave.) 1.3 miles; turn right onto Waverly Road (E. 4th St.); continue 1.9 miles to site. From Marietta, OH, cross Williamstown Bridge, take first left after DaVinci's Restaurant onto Waverly Road (E. 4th St.); continue 1.9 miles to site. From Vienna, WV, take WV-14 N to Williamstown, turn right onto Highland Ave; take first left onto Waverly Road (E. 4th St.): continue 1.9 miles to site Most refuge property is accessible only by boat, however, Middle Island adjacent to St. Marys, WV has bridge access from the mainland. From State Route 2 in St. Marys, turn onto George Street and continue two blocks to the island's bridge. Contact the refuge for information about locating other refuge properties. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
Hiking Willapa National Wildlife Refuge
 
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Things to do in Vegas - Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
 
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America's Wildest Places - Becharof National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
 
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Becharof National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska is a land of towering mountains, active volcanoes, broad valleys, fjords, tundra and glacially formed lakes. The Bristol Bay side of the Refuge consists primarily of flat to rolling tundra, lakes and wetlands. From these coastal lowlands, the land rises to steep glaciated mountains, forming the spine of the Refuge, and then plunges to steep cliffs and sandy beaches on the Pacific side. The Refuge contains Becharof Lake, which at approximately 300,000 acres, is the largest fresh water lake in the National Wildlife Refuge System. Mt. Peulik, a 4,800-foot volcano with lava flows reaching Becharof Lake is a prominent landmark. Becharof Lake is huge; 35 miles long, 15 miles wide and as much as 600 feet deep, and is fed by two major rivers and numerous streams. The lake is a veritable salmon factory, serving as a nursery for the world's second largest run of sockeye salmon. It's estimated that Becharof Lake and its tributaries provide the Bristol Bay fishery alone with as many as six million adult salmon per year. When Becharof's salmon are spawning, they attract and feed one of the largest concentrations of brown bears in Alaska. Moose are also present on the refuge in moderate numbers. Caribou of the Northern Alaska Peninsula Herd migrate through, and winter upon, Becharof. Wolverine, fox, river otter and beaver round out the list of larger land animals; while harbor seals, sea lions, sea otters and whales are found offshore. Seabirds, as well as eagles and peregrine falcons, nest upon the refuge's coastal cliffs, and migratory waterfowl use the wetlands and coastal estuaries, both as nesting grounds and as staging areas on the way to and from their nest sites in the arctic. HISTORY The Alaska National Interest Land Conservation Act (ANILCA) established the 1.2 million acre Becharof National Wildlife Refuge on December 2, 1980. Refuge lands had previously been designated as a national wildlife monument in 1978 by President Jimmy Carter. Before that, the lands were part of the federal public domain. In 1983, the Fish and Wildlife Service decided to manage the Becharof Refuge, the Ugashik and Chignik units of the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge and the Seal Cape area of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge as a complex because they shared resources and common issues. GETTING THERE The Refuge office is located approximately 1/8 mile from the King Salmon Airport. Signs leading to the office complex are readily visible, and assistance can be obtained from the refuge visitor center which is adjacent to the airport terminal. Regularly scheduled commercial flights are available between King Salmon and Anchorage. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
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National parks, wildlife sanctuaries & Biosphere reserves of india - Static GK
 
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America's Wildest Places - San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, California
 
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From sand dunes to salt marsh, from rocky, offshore islands to golden beaches, the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex offers a glimpse into the biological wonders of the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex is a collection of seven National Wildlife Refuges administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge, Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Ellicott Slough National Wildlife Refuge, Farallon National Wildlife Refuge, Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, and San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge. These wildlife refuges are devoted to preserving migratory birds, endangered species, and other wildlife. Yaroooh! for Kids | Nature http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
Alaska's National Wildlife Refuges- Alaska's LIving Legacy
 
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Wild Alaska: The Complete Guide to Parks, Preserves, Wildlife Refuges, & Other Public Lands http://amzn.to/2EvsizJ Recommended Alaska Field Guides • Alaska's Wild Plants: A Guide to Alaska's Edible Harvest (Alaska Pocket Guide) http://amzn.to/2EZVUCj • Alaska Nature Set: Field Guides to Wildlife, Birds, Trees & Wildflowers of Alaska http://amzn.to/2BtglHI • Edible Mushrooms of Alaska (The Mushrooms Of Alaska) http://amzn.to/2F0bz4n Check out the amazing diversity of scenery and wealth of plants and animals that inhabit the vast system of national wildlife refuges in Alaska. Courtesy of US Fish and Wildlife Disclosure: This Youtube channel makes a small commission from Amazon when viewers shop through the links in this video description. If you are interested in the products posted here, click the link to support the site. Disclosure: This Youtube channel makes a small commission from Amazon when viewers shop through the links in this video description. If you are interested in the products posted here, click the link to support the site. #alaska #alaskaextreme
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LIVE: Wild Animals Ultimate Fights 2018! Amazing Monkey Rescue Baby Monkey From Snake Hunting
 
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LIVE: Wild Animals Ultimate Fights 2018! Amazing Monkey Rescue Baby Monkey From Snake Hunting
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National Wildlife Refuge Trip and Weekend Shop Update
 
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Good times on Thursday...got to check out a beautiful wildlife refuge near the Mississippi River in Northeastern Arkansas and then was slammed over the weekend with road trips, pro-staff meet-ups and tried to fish in a downpour for a little bit Sunday morning (be sure to check out the photos at the end of this vid from that)... Then back at the shop to show off what new lure patterns got sprayed over the last few days. Thanks for watching!! I really appreciate you guys! I LOVE GETTING FAN MAIL!! You can send fan mail, ideas, art, and fishing related stuff to: Jekyll Bait Company 2005 Sandbrook Drive Jonesboro, AR. 72404 FB: https://www.facebook.com/Jekyllbaits/ Tweet Me: @jenkravassi Instagram: jekyll424 WEB: http://www.jekyllbaits.com Cameras: https://www.amazon.com/Nikon-D3200-18-55mm-Wireless-Transcend/dp/B019N7TKQ0/ref=sr_1_18?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541376&sr=1-18&keywords=Nikon+D3200 https://www.amazon.com/GoPro-Waterproof-Batteries-Standard-Skeleton/dp/B01MCTJO6X/ref=sr_1_3?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541421&sr=1-3&keywords=gopro+hero+4 Lenses: https://www.amazon.com/Nikon-55-300mm-4-5-5-6G-Certified-Refurbished/dp/B00R1MXPFW/ref=sr_1_3?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541619&sr=1-3&keywords=nikon+telephoto+lens https://www.amazon.com/Tamron-70-300mm-4-0-5-6-Digital-A17NII/dp/B0012UUP02/ref=sr_1_11?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541619&sr=1-11&keywords=nikon+telephoto+lens https://www.amazon.com/Sigma-150-600mm-5-6-3-Contemporary-Nikon/dp/B00THP1A1C/ref=sr_1_18?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541619&sr=1-18&keywords=nikon+telephoto+lens Tripods: https://www.amazon.com/Manfrotto-MKBFRA4-BH-BeFree-Compact-Aluminum/dp/B00COLBNTK/ref=sr_1_12?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541473&sr=1-12&keywords=manfrotto+tripod https://www.amazon.com/Manfrotto-MTPIXI-WH-PIXI-Tripod-White/dp/B00GUND8XM/ref=sr_1_19?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541766&sr=1-19&keywords=manfrotto+tripod https://www.amazon.com/Bontend-Flexible-Tripod-Iphone-Smartphone/dp/B01AXYIYVE/ref=sr_1_2?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1483541834&sr=1-2&keywords=gorilla+tripod Airbrushing Gear: Mixing Cups - https://www.amazon.com/100-Plastic-Airbrush-Mixing-Universal/dp/B01M8I9N7P/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1483636318&sr=8-2&keywords=Airbrush+mixing+cups Airbrushes/Air Compressor: https://www.amazon.com/Eclipse-Airbrush-Master-Compressor-Cleaning/dp/B001BO4X8Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1483636479&sr=8-2&keywords=Iwata+Eclipse+4500 https://www.amazon.com/Iwata-Eclipse-Gravity-Airbrush-Dual-action/dp/B014PLFA3Q/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1483636574&sr=8-5&keywords=Iwata+Eclipse Helping Hands: https://www.amazon.com/ProsKit-900-015-Helping-Hands-Soldering/dp/B002PIA6Z4/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1483636871&sr=8-4&keywords=helping+hands
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Camping in the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona
 
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View the Love Your RV! 2018/19 Snowbird Trip Video Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp14lzXh07umOHjMK_nv5t-C9kZvK_gQ5 In this video, I provide an overview and footage from our recent stay in the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is located in southern Arizona about 60 miles southwest of Tucson. Camping is free with a max stay of 14 days in a 30 day period. There are over 60 designated campsites, many large enough to accommodate an RV. The video contains footage of our campsite views and dashcam views of the nearby town of Arivaca and Universal Ranch RV Village. Here you can dump your RV tanks and fill the fresh water for $10 and visit the local General Store for food and propane. More footage shows off the Pronghorn Loop Scenic Drive and the drive up to the refuge visitor center. Stay tuned till the end for a surprise visit from an Antelope Jackrabbit! What a treat to see up close. Related Links: Universal Ranch RV Park - http://www.universalranchrv.com/ BANWR Website - https://www.fws.gov/refuge/buenos_aires/visit/plan_your_visit.html Visiting Kitt Peak - https://www.loveyourrv.com/afternoon-drive-kitt-peak-national-observatory/ ---------------------------------- Visit the Love Your RV! Amazon Page to shop a selection of my favorite RVing products, parts, and accessories https://www.amazon.com/shop/loveyourrv LoveYourRV is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com ----------------------------------- Follow our RVing adventures at http://www.loveyourrv.com and http://rvhappyhour.com Connect with Love Your RV! Pinterest ► https://www.pinterest.com/loveyourrv Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+LoveYourRVonGPLUS Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/LoveYourRV Twitter ► https://twitter.com/loveyourrv Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/loveyourrv/ Monthly Newsletter ► http://www.loveyourrv.com/mailing-list-sign-up/ Don't forget to Subscribe! ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=LoveYourRV #RVboondocking #NationalParks #RVsnowbirds #LoveYourRV
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Geese and Ducks on Water Short 4K Film - Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Washington
 
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Take a 4K virtual nature walk to the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge watching our video from http://www.beautifulwashington.com and http://www.proartinc.net . It’s a very serene refuge with a diversity of scenery. Take a stroll around the pretty area teeming with a great number of different bird species. It’s an incredible birdlife experience. Listen to amazing soothing nature sounds. You will encounter the endless wooden boardwalk extending out over the water with breathtaking views of the mystic forest and overcast sky at sunset. Enjoy geese and ducks on water along the boardwalk. It’s interesting and very peaceful to watch ducks eating along the water bank. Peaceful melodies of birds will help you to recharge, concentrate, feel yourself safe and comfortable. Use this 4K amazing short film as a perfect background video for any waiting room, relax room, spa center, lobby, office, airport, public transport, pet shop, gym, hotel, lounge, hospital, dental clinic, vet clinic, picture gallery, home, pool and other public places. If you want to have this video in premium 4K Ultra HD in fully version and without irritating ads and watermarks, we recommend downloading it from https://proartinc.net/shop/4k-wildlife-relax/nisqually-short-film-4k/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roman.filmmaker/ Install Our Android App : https://goo.gl/BFMznj Visit my Travel Blog: http://goo.gl/AluKHt For licensing questions: http://goo.gl/i0VUj6 Please SUBSCRIBE http://goo.gl/PZTVzf to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything.
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India to conserve 106 Coastal & Marine sites, National Wildlife Action Plan for 2017-31 explained
 
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America's Wildest Places - Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Massachusetts
 
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Located along the northeast coast of Massachusetts, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1941 to provide feeding, resting, and nesting habitat for migratory birds. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Most commonly associated with Plum Island -- a barrier beach island -- the refuge is comprised of more than 4700 acres of diverse habitats including sandy beach and dune, cranberry bog, maritime forest and shrub land, and freshwater marsh. The most abundant habitat on the refuge is its 3,000+ acres of salt marsh, one of the most productive ecosystems in nature. Parker River provides pristine coastal habitat for over 300 species of resident and migratory birds, as well as a large variety of mammals, insects, fish, reptiles and amphibians. The refuge also provides critical habitat for the federally threatened piping plover. Saltmarsh Sparrow Even though this little brown bird migrates twice each year, its entire life is spent in salt marshes. Because its life cycle is so closely tied to salt marshes, it is vulnerable to multiple threats including habitat loss, effects of climate change (sea level rise and increased frequency of intense storms), and contaminants (or pollution). Biologists are closely monitoring the sparrow population that breeds at Parker River. One of the things they are investigating is why the sparrows at the refuge have elevated levels of mercury in their bloodstream. Piping Plover The Atlantic coast population of this small shorebird was listed as threatened on the Federal Endangered Species List in 1986. As with so many other species in decline, plover populations plummeted primarily due to habitat disturbance and loss. Plovers arrive to breed and nest on the refuge beach beginning in late March. Refuge management efforts focus on minimizing human-caused disturbance by restricting public access to the refuge beach during this critical time. Predator controls are also put in place as warranted. Breeding success is closely monitored by refuge biologists throughout the spring and summer months. TRAVEL & TOURISM The refuge itself provides many visitor opportunities. From the 6.5 mile long Wildlife Drive, visitors can view wildlife in a variety of habitats including salt marsh, dune, and maritime forest. The Hellcat Interpretive Trail boardwalk includes both a marsh and dune loop. A number of other boardwalks provide access to the refuge's ocean beach (when the beaches aren't closed because of piping plover management -- April 1st thru late summer). Two observation towers, the handicap accessible Pine Trail, the Bill Forward Bird Blind, and a number of other wildlife viewing areas provide almost limitless opportunities to observe, photograph and otherwise enjoy wildlife. In addition to its mission of wildlife conservation, the refuge provides a variety of excellent wildlife-dependent recreational activities, including surf fishing, wildlife observation and photography, a variety of interpretive programs, and seasonal waterfowl and deer hunting opportunities. A large visitor center -- complete with a classroom and auditorium -- supports many of these public uses. Directions: The refuge headquarters and visitor center is located at 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport , MA, directly across the street from the Massachusetts Audubon Society Joppa Flats Education center. The refuge is located ~35 miles north of Boston near the City of Newburyport. From Route 95 take exit 57 and travel east on Route 113, then continue straight onto Route 1A South to the intersection with Rolfe's Lane for a total of 3.5 miles. Turn left onto Rolfe's Lane and travel 0.5 miles to its end. Turn right onto the Plum Island Turnpike, and our visitor center will be shortly on the right. If not stopping at our visitor center, continue to travel 2.0 miles crossing the Sgt. Donald Wilkinson Bridge to Plum Island. Take your first right onto Sunset Drive and travel 0.5 miles to the refuge entrance. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
America's Wildest Places - National Wildlife Refuge System Overview
 
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A hundred years in the making, the National Wildlife Refuge system is a network of habitats in the United States of America that benefits wildlife, provides unparalleled outdoor experiences for all Americans, and protects a healthy environment. National wildlife refuges provide habitat for more than 700 species of birds, 220 species of mammals, 250 reptile and amphibian species and more than 1,000 species of fish. More than 380 threatened or endangered plants or animals are protected on wildlife refuges. Each year, millions of migrating birds use refuges as stepping stones while they fly thousands of miles between their summer and winter homes. Clean water. Clean air. Unusual and abundant wildlife. World-class recreation. The Refuge System provides and protects it all on 150 million acres of land and water from the Caribbean to the Pacific, Maine to Alaska. There is at least one national wildlife refuge in every state. TRAVEL & TOURISM Today, there is at least one wildlife refuge within an hour's drive of most major metropolitan area. Refuges welcome more than 45 million visitors each year, who participate in a wide variety of recreational activities: - Hunting - Fishing - Wildlife observation, including birding - Photography - Interpretation in refuge visitor centers and along hiking trails - Environmental education Specific events and activities are listed on the Special Events calendar and on individual refuge Web sites. The Refuge System is a division of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service within the Department of the Interior. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids

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