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Three upcoming bear tours - details below

Pocosin Lakes Refuge -- Bear Tour Schedule for 2015

All tours scheduled for 6:30 PM, w/arrival time @ 6:00

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Please arrive at the refuge shop @ 6:00 PM for a brief introduction.​

Location:    Pungo Unit Refuge Shop

601 Refuge Road​
Pantego, NC 27925

The cost of the tour is free, with donations accepted.

Pocosin Lakes NWR -​Bear Tours

    The Friends of Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge are pleased to be assisting the Pocosin Lakes NWR with the ​refuge bear ​tours. The tours will be approximately one - two hours in an air-conditioned 12 passenger van. You may bring a small cooler with non-alcoholic beverage(s), sandwiches/snacks, camera & binoculars. Remember to dress for the weather, with comfortable shoes for short walks; or if walking will be difficult, you are welcome to stay on the van and sit back and enjoy the view.

    Reservations will be, on a first contact/first served basis only. Seating on the van is limited, so act quickly. To register and reserve a seat.

    The Friends will notify you of any changes or final details of the tour, as they become available.

    Contact:     Doris Morris
      Pocosin Lakes Fun Day Chairman

        (252) 793-9756  •  (252) 809-2724c  •
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