Beginning on Tuesday, June 13, there will be nine different guided interpretive programs throughout each summer week, at Alligator River and Pea Island National Wildlife Refuges.
Except for the twice-a-week Pea Island Refuge turtle talk, the various programs are held once a week during June, July, and August. Some of the programs require reservations, and some of the programs have a fee, but all programs are open to the public.
To see the complete schedule, click here, or review the posted schedule below.
- The Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center is located on N.C. Highway 12, approximately four miles south of Oregon Inlet and 9 miles north of Rodanthe.
- The Coastal North Carolina National Wildlife Refuges Gateway Visitor Center is located at 100 Conservation Way in Manteo, N.C.
- The Creef Cut Wildlife Trail Parking Lot is located on Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge at Milltail Road and Hwy 64 W, approximately 6 miles west of Manns Harbor.
Pea Island Bird Walks are held year-round except during the Wings Over Water Wildlife Festival in October and December.