North Carolina Wildlife Refuges Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge8,646 acres in the northeastern part of Currituck County. Visitors Center is in the Kitchen Tract Hunt Club, A small boat launch for boats of 16 foot or smaller, 20 Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife RefugeLocated in Washington, Hyde and Tyrrell counties. In 1990 the Conservation Fund donated land to the US Fish & Alligator River National Wildlife RefugeThe refuge has over 150,000 Roanoke River National Wildlife RefugeEstablished in 1989, the refuge is home to animals such as deer, otter, beaver, muskrat, and black bear, as well as more than 191 Pea Island National Wildlife RefugeBetween Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe, Visitor Center 4 miles south of Inlet. 6,000-acre refuge, haven for 365+ bird species. Observation platforms, parking. Bird walks, summer adult, children' Pee Dee National Wildlife RefugeEstablished to provide food and winter resting for water fowl and other wildlife conservation. Cedar Island National Wildlife RefugeThe Cedar Island National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1964 to help protect wintering habitat for migratory waterfowl. Fall and winter months bring thousands of waterfowl to the Refuge.