Mammals, Waterfowl,land birds and Reptiles.
Tiger Mountain Refuge rescues big cats and other exotic species.
The only facility of its kind in West Virginia
|The Monongahela National Forest hosts 908,000 acres of diverse habitat used by 230 species of birds. The Monongahela National Forest lands are located in Greenbrier, Nicholas, Barbour, Grant, Pendleton, Pocahontas, Preston, Randolph, Tucker, and Webster Counties.|
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Bears!Marlinton Road east of Richwood at the Monongahela National Forest sign is a great place to start and fall is a good time for a scenic drive and to watch for black bears, bobcat, weasel, raccoon , red foxes and mink are present, though difficult to see. White-tailed deer are seen year-round, while black bear might be seen from April to December.We Can All Learn Something By Watching Wildlife!
Please use caution while driving.
We need to understand the benefit of all living things.
Mammals, Waterfowl,land birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, Butterflies and Bugs.
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Tiger Mountain Refuge rescues big cats and other exotic species. The only facility of its kind in West Virginia