Graham Creek Nature Preserve
Graham Creek Nature Preserve is a natural area that preserves part of the flood plain along the upper reaches of Graham Creek in Baldwin County, Alabama. The preserve is used by schools and universities for educational programs and serves as an outdoor classroom for many students from kindergarten through college.
The creek environment supports a variety of plants and animals making it a diverse resource valuable to scientists studying biological diversity, ecologists viewing the relationship between land use and water quality, wildlife enthusiasts observing birds, or nature photographers looking for just the right light.
Fauna includes deer, rabbits, squirrels, turtles, snakes, and bats e.g.: Barton Cove Amphibian and Reptile Study Area is a protected habitat that includes a stretch of undeveloped shoreline where local wildlife can be found in their natural habitats. Graham Creek Nature Preserve also includes the Baldwin County Birding Trail, with information about more than 25 bird-watching sites along the Alabama Gulf Coast.
The preserve is open to the public every day 8 am - 5 pm (during daylight saving time); closed on New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. There is no fee for admission or parking when open; however, there may be fees associated with some special events. Facility opening hours are subject to change during holidays/emergency closure if deemed necessary by Baldwin County Parks and Recreation Authority staff.
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