Spend The Day With Several Kinds Of Critters At This Gorgeous Indiana Wildlife Refuge
Nestled in southwest Allen County, Indiana, is a park known as Fox Island. It’s a 605-acre sight to be seen, and a mecca of sorts for all kinds of vibrant wildlife and flora. In fact, it’s the perfect place for critters to thrive; 270 of the park’s acres are specially-dedicated State Nature Preserve, and you’re definitely going to want to check each and every acre out. This wildlife refuge in Indiana is a beautiful and interesting place.
So, what do you think? Have you ever been to this wildlife refuge in Indiana? If you have any photos, share them with us in the comments. We love to hear from you!
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