Nature Center, natural animal habitat, five hiking trails, 3,000
The Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Sanctuary is a 100-acre sanctuary for plants and animals. People can enjoy wildlife viewing on four miles of trails, outdoor education programs and a nature center.
The center includes a 3,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall, a large fish aquarium, wildlife viewing area and five hiking trails. BIRD WATCHING - (A list of 100
A private, non-profit site with a spring, creek, walking trails through various natural habitats, an 1880s Victorian home and an 1830s log cabin.
Sheltered within the wooded acres of the Wild Canid Survival and Research Center, endangered wolves are born and reared each year for reintroduction in the wild. Founded by Marlin Perkins in 1971
Shaw Nature Reserve, an extension of the Missouri Botanical Garden, includes 2,500 acres of natural Ozark landscape and managed plant collections. Come see restored and constructed natural habitats, 1
Center's displays explain backyard wildlife. Paved trails explore 112
The Dewey Short Visitors Center is located at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Resident Office at Table Rock Dam. The center offers free informative programs to the public, April through October.