In 1998 the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge was established, when 4,700 acres of the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine,...
Arthur E. Howell Wildlife Refuge & Reserve
Established in 1981 in North Amity, this sixty four acre facility is one of Maine's finest Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers, and is open to the public. Visitors can enjoy:
Wildlife watching that includes:
- Bald Eagle
- Western Cougar
- And whoever else happens to be visiting
Camping area for environmental groups
5 ½ Miles of walking trails
50 acre animal refuge
14-acre wildlife rehabilitation center
Picnic & recreation areas for children and adults
Guided tours (mandatory)
The facility is handicapped accessible and monetary donations are accepted to help keep operational.
For More information: (207) 532-6880 or www.spruceacresrefuge.org