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This 3,000 acre wildlife management demonstration area includes 15 marked and labeled stops, which are detailed in the site's habitat brochure. Described in the detailed habitat tour brochure are 15 stops, each marked and labeled. The first stop is the main resting area, where as many as 10,000 geese, ducks and other waterfowl can be seen at one time. Many types of plant and animal species, including upland birds, beaver, turtles and nesting wood ducks, are found in the refuge.

Visitors are asked to remain in their vehicles through out the tour.

Open daily dawn-dusk.

Location: Highway 20, Chestertown Maryland 21620 Telephone 410-778-8400

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Bear) Lums Pond Animal Hospital
(Baltimore) Baltimore Zoo
(Smyrna) Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
(Dover) Brenford Animal Hospital
(Brentwood) Brentwood Animal Hospital
(Brookeville) Brookeville Animal Hospital

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