The ENC Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary – Coming Soon!
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is a 12 acre wildlife sanctuary located in Modjeska Canyon. It includes a natural history museum, trails, and a bird observation deck. It’s a great place to quietly observe nature! Public programs will be scheduled soon. Stay tuned for more info. Return to this page or sign up for our email list, HERE.
Interested in volunteering at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary? Please apply HERE.
Is Tucker open? Not yet! The ENC is making upgrades to the facility – including installing ADA compliant restrooms and making repairs to some structures before opening to the public once again in the Fall. Community members interested in learning more about Tucker should keep an eye out for updates at https://encenter.org/tucker/ or sign up on the ENC’s Tucker email list to be informed of future programs, volunteer and employment opportunities.
I’d like to donate birdseed. What kinds do you accept? We can accept black oil sunflower seed, mixes of millet and sunflower, plain millet, nyjer seed, mealworms and peanuts. We CANNOT accept mixes that have milo in them (Milo is orangish round seed slightly larger than millet).
Parking: Limited parking is available. Parking does get more challenging on the weekends. Reserved parking is available for registered program participants if the public parking area is full.
Restrooms: Restrooms are available on site, and are restricted to Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary visitors.
Fees: Currently there is no plan to charge a fee to visit Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary on your own, but donations are appreciated. Programs have fees associated with them. Sign up for our email list, HERE, to be informed of scheduled programs, or check our Events Calendar.