Environmental Studies Center Mobile
Where are we going today?
Featuring over 500 acres of rich woodlands filled with deer and other wildlife, the Center affords teachers, students and the general public an opportunity to experience firsthand the natural environment and the interrelationships governing our living world. Natural resources include pine and bay forests, swamps, freshwater streams, carnivorous plant bogs, and a twenty-acre lake. Man-made facilities include numerous nature and hiking trails, an outdoor amphitheater, covered pavilions, a weather station and STARLAB Planetarium, live animal exhibits, native plants garden, and multipurpose instruction building which includes exhibit space containing live reptiles and amphibians, a salt-water aquarium, and numerous preserved specimens.