After you've finished searching for that perfect vacation home on Little Sebago Lake, Sabbathday Lake, Range Pond, or Crystal Lake, why not check out the wildlife at Maine Wildlife Park on Rte. 26 in Gray, Maine. The park, run by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, is home to more than 25 species of Maine wildlife.
At the park you might see the following mammals in their natural habitat: black bears, coyotes, fishers, gray foxes, bobcats, raccoons, skunks, and white-tailed deer. Most of the animals at Maine Wildlife Park are there because they were injured, orphaned or had become human dependant. They are no longer able to survive on their own in the wild.
Guided tours are available by calling 207-657-4977, or you walk around on your own. A visitor center, nature store, Maine Wardens Service Museum and Dry Mills Fish Hatchery, where thousands of brook trout are raised annually, are among the offerings at Maine Wildlife Park. Bring your lunch as a large picnic area awaits your visit.
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