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Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center, located in Wildcat Park, is a nature center. It is adjacent to the last and largest remaining chert glades, a globally unique habitat found only in this area; and biologically rich Shoal Creek, an important place for migratory birds and other wildlife, such as the collared lizard. Our site enables you to see wildlife in its natural habitats not only in the wildlife viewing area of the center, but also on the nearby chert glades. You can enjoy native wildflowers, trees, birds, and other wildlife as you hike our three miles of nature trails along the banks of Shoal Creek, across the historic Redings Mill Bridge's scenic shoals and above the tree tops on a chert bluff.
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