Not Many People Know About This Bird Sanctuary Right Here In Minnesota

Minnesota is full of wildlife! Up north, large mammals such as bears, wolves, and moose, roam the forests. Smaller animals, like white-tailed deer, foxes, raccoons, and squirrels search for food in every region of the state. Aside from mammals, many reptiles and amphibians live in the state, including snakes, frogs, toads, and even skinks. Dozens of types of fish swim through our rivers and lakes, and countless birds fly through the sky. From state parks to back yards, there are many places to see these animals. Today, we’d like to introduce another place to see Minnesota wildlife up close, in the form of the Thomas Sadler Roberts Bird Sanctuary. Read on below to learn about this amazing place:

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For more information about the Roberts Bird Sanctuary, visit the park’s page on the Minneapolis Parks website or check out the Friends of Roberts Bird Sanctuary website and Facebook page. If you love Minnesota wildlife, also read our past articles about the International Wolf Center and Vince Shute Bear Sanctuary.

Address: 4124 Roseway Rd, Minneapolis, MN 55409, USA