Kisma Preserve

Kisma Preserve

As much wildlife as you can spot in and around Acadia, there are certain animals—crocodiles, for instance—that you’re just not likely to encounter. The Kisma Preserve in nearby Trenton isn’t a zoo, but a rescue operation for homeless wild animals, and an hour-long tour introduces visitors to the preserve’s resident wolves, tigers, and lynx.

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