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Best Wildlife Areas In Maryland

August 15, 2011 6:54 AM

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If you want to see wild animals that aren’t in cages, you need to head to a wildlife sanctuary or refuge.  Here are five in Maryland.
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Blackwater Wildlife Refuge

2145 Key Wallace Drive
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-2677

Blackwater offers bird walk tours for $3 (personal car) or $15 (bus).  They need volunteers; check the website for more information.

Chesapeake Wildlife Sanctuary

(301) 390-7010

The Chesapeake Wildlife Sanctuary gives tours on the second Saturday of each month.  That’s $5 a person.  They need volunteers.  They offer classes; check the website for more information.

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Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary

3156 Beards Point Road
Davidsonville, MD 21035
(410) 798-0193

Davidsonville takes care of animals that have been injured or orphaned.   Davidsonville accepts food and money donations.  They need volunteers; check the website for more information.

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Frisky’s Wildlife and Primate Sanctuary

10790 Old Frederick Road
Woodstock, MD 21163
(410) 418-8899

Frisky’s helps take care of injured animals, provide a home for exotic animals that used to be pets and they are an adoption center for pets.  They let people meet the animals; check website for information.

Patuxent Research Refuge


At Patuxent Research Refuge, you can hunt (during hunting season), fish and  observe animals on a guided bird or nature walk.  They have a wetland and Wildlife Viewing Area.

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