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Natural Resources

Hiking/Nature Trails

Oceana Pond Brochure


Species Lists are being updated and will be posted at a later date

Department of Defense Partners in Flight (DoD PIF)

If you would like to learn more about what good things the Military is doing related to Birds please visit the DoD web site at

National Military Fish and Wildlife Association (NMFWA)

If you would like to learn more about what good things the Military is doing related to various aspects of Fish & Wildlife Management, please visit the NMFWA web site at

Please be sure to visit the various NMFWA working group web pages such as: the Invasive Species Working Group; the Herpetology Working Group; the Conservation Law Enforcement Working Group; the Outdoor Recreation Working Group; and the Bats Working Group

Wildlife Brochures

Stray Cats

Venomous Snakes

Beach and Dune Protection


Protect yourself from mosquito-born illnesses.

When working or playing outdoors, utilize Mosquito repellents

Cover as much of your body as possible with clothing

Reduce the amount of standing water that may be supporting breeding populations of mosquitos

Protect yourself from tick-born illnesses.

When working or playing outdoors, utilize Tick repellents (spray all clothing, including hats)

Cover as much of your body as possible with clothing

Tuck your pant legs into your boots and Tuck your shirt into your pants

Utilize duct tape around your pant bottoms and boots, your waist line, and your shirt sleeve arm openings (to seal potential openings for ticks to get to our skin)

Wear a hat and tuck your hair into the hat

Upcoming Events and Volunteer Oportunities

Base Christmas Tree Recycling Program: 15 Dec - 20 Jan, annually.

Earth Day and Arbor Day Celebrations: week of 25 April, annually.

International Migratory Bird Day: Second Saturday in May, annually.

Base Aerial Spraying of Non-Native Plant Invasive Species: Sep-Oct, annually.


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