Schlitz Audubon Nature Center

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The Audubon Nature Institute Research Center:: Research programs including studies in reproductive physiology, endocrinology, genetics, embryo transfer, and the expansion of a "frozen zoo" to assure the future of endangered species through the banking of genetic materials.

Audubon Nature Institute:: Celebrating the Wonders of Nature. Audubon Nature Institute is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Because Audubon receives virtually no government funding for daily operations we rely on admission fees, facility rentals and the generosity of donors to help feed and care for our animals, improve exhibits, maintain our parks and provide the level of excellence that our community has come to expect and richly deserves. Audubon Nature Institute

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey:: Maitland, Florida urban environmental nature center that specializes in the rescue, medical care, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned raptors. Site offers description of activities and event calendar.

Audubon Center of The North Woods: Sandstone, MN:: Features a wildlife rehabilitation facility, classrooms and trails.

Kalamazoo Nature Center:: Featuring a nonprofit preserve, interpretive center, and educational programs.

Cincinnati Nature Center:: Includes information about Rowe Woods in Milford, Gorman Heritage Farm in Evendale, and Long Branch Farm in Goshen.

New Canaan Nature Center:: Environmental education center and sanctuary dedicated to helping people of all ages better understand, appreciate, and care for the world of nature.

Sarett Nature Center:: Enjoy miles of trails or take part in naturalist led classes such as: nature awareness, pond study, maple sugaring, bird study, dune and river exploration and winter ecology.

Jewish Nature Center:: Develops curricula, offers summer camps which integrate Jewish ecological wisdom and contemporary life, and promotes Jewish environmental nature education.

Cincinnati Nature Center:: Cincinnati Nature Center is a non-profit, nature education organization and community of people who enjoy and care about nature. CNC offers something for people of all ages, in all seasons. Our award-winning trails wind through the region’s natural habitats of eastern deciduous forest, fields, streams and ponds. Enjoy a self-guided hike, bird walk, seasonal nature program and much more.

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