Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and Visitor's Center

11704 Fenno Road
Upper Marlboro
MD 20772

Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and Visitor's Center

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The Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and Visitor's center is a 1,670 acre wild refuge area in Prince George's County, Maryland. It is home to the largest concentration of Canada Geese on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay and they can be seen migrating between October and January. Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary has four trails, both flat and hilly, open to hikers. There is a 4.3 mile critical driving tour that allows visitors to see the nay watershed. The visitor's center open on weekends is where you can find interactive resources for kids and families to discover what the wildlife sanctuary is all about. Merkle also has areas for fishing, bird watching, and picnicking.

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