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Field Trips and Events

Interpreter Fridays

June 2014 - August 2014
10 am - 1 pm

Nags Head Woods Preserve, Kill Devil Hills NC | Show Directions

Directions

Nags Head Woods Preserve is located at 701 West Ocean Acres Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. Phone: (252) 441-2525.

Take US 158 to the Town of Kill Devil Hills. Turn west near Mile Post 9.5 on Ocean Acres Drive: There is a stoplight with a McDonald’s and Pigman’s BBQ. Drive through a residential neighborhood for one mile; the road becomes gravel and narrows. The road will curve sharply to the right and you will see the white Nags Head Woods Preserve sign and parking area on the left. Walk up the boardwalk where trail maps and preserve guides are available at the outdoor information counter.

Join us for Interpreter Fridays, a summer environmental education program at Nags Head Woods Preserve.

Visitors will join a staff member at an interactive table display with plant, animal and mineral items found in Nags Head Woods. Learn about some of the magnificent trees in the woods and why they grow there. Find out about the many kinds of animals that call Nags Head Woods home, including snakes, turtles, mammals and birds. 

This program is appropriate for all ages, is free of charge and will occur rain or shine. No reservation is necessary. 

Nags Head Woods Preserve is located at 701 West Ocean Acres Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. For information, contact Kate Murray at (252) 441-2525 or kmurray@tnc.org.

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