Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education: To conserve Outer Banks’ wildlife resources and their habitats and provide programs, exhibits and opportunities that allow hunters, anglers, boaters; other outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy wildlife-associated recreation. The featured Currituck Sound Aquarium is alive with native fishes. Walk around the 8,000-gallon tank and enjoy the view.
Vintage decoys and sporting heritage exhibits feature one-of-a-kind artifacts and world-class decoys that are part of the culture and tell the story of the region’s water fowling heritage. Stop in the Wild Store to take home a Outer Banks wildlife-oriented book, art, clothing or poster.