The One Of A Kind Wolf Safari You Simply Must Take In North Carolina

Perhaps nowhere else in North Carolina will you find more natural habitat diversity than in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge located in Dare and Hyde counties in Eastern North Carolina. Comprised of 152,000 lowland acres, the refuge is home to a variety of habitats and species.

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Interested in this adventurous trek into the refuge to hear the haunting howls of the endangered Red Wolf? Just meet at the Alligator Refuge Creef Cut Wildlife Trail parking lot prior to the start time of the program. If paying in cash, you’ll need to bring exact change. MC and Visa are also accepted forms of payment. The parking lot is located on Milltail Road in East Lake, North Carolina. Here’s a link to the physical location on a Google Map.