Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

by Casey Higgins | Posted on June 16th, 2015

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Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Back Bay Refuge contains over 8,000 acres of habitats including beach, dunes, woodland, farm fields, and marshlands. It provides refuge for a wide assortment of threatened and endangered species such as loggerhead sea turtles, piping plovers, peregrine falcons, and bald eagles. Back Bay provides scenic trails, a visitor contact station, and, with advance scheduling, group educational opportunities.

Virginia Tourism Corporation, www.Virginia.org

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