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Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge

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<p>Established in 1954 through a donation by the Morton family, the  Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge in Noyac is a 187-acre refuge with diverse habitats for a variety of species. The waters surrounding the refuge are considered a critical habitat for sea turtles and waterfowl use of the refuge peaks during the colder months. Much of the refuge is situated on a peninsula surrounded by Noyac and Little Peconic Bays. Its north/south orientation makes the refuge an important habitat for shorebirds, raptors and songbirds as they navigate the coastline during migration. Visit their website for more information.</p>
<p>Daily passes are $4 for private vehicles. For pedestrians and bicyles, passes are $2. Vans and buses up to 20 passengers are $15. More than 20 passengers are $25. An annual pass to any Long Island National Wildlife Refuge is $12. A Duck Stamp, which grants access to any National Wildlife Refuge from July 1 to June 30, is $15. Senior lifetime passes, for those 62 and older, are $10. Disabled individuals may have a free access pass.</p>
784 Noyack Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
(631) 286-0485
  • Hours: Half hour before sunrise to a half hour after sunset.
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