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Visitors are able to enjoy a tour of the refuge in open air comfort aboard the tour tram.
Beautiful Spanish moss.
Arboreal environments; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Flowering plants; Plants; Public access; Recreation; Scenics; Tourism; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
Hanging from the trees, inviting all who pass by to admire the unique plant we call Spanish moss.
How cute am I?
Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Birds; Environments (Natural); Game birds; Migratory birds; Ponds; Public access; Recreation; Rivers and streams; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
A Northern shoveler female duck poses for the camera with smiling eyes.
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The ever helpful and dedicated volunteers are always there to make the most of your refuge experience.
Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge sign.
Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Logo; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Service patch; Signs; Tourism; Vegetation; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges;
Planted among cacti and palms, the refuge sign beckons visitors, come play, enjoy, live a little.
The bird that lives in this tree...
Birdwatching; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Personnel; Plants; Public access; Recreation; Tourism; Trees; Vegetation;...
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service volunteer talks with visitors about the species of bird living in the tree.
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