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Pollinator Gardens and Trails

Here are a few U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuges (Refuge), Fish Hatcheries and other offices that have gardens and/or trails for butterflies and other pollinators that you can visit.

Alaska
Butterflies visiting yarrow plant at Tetlin Refuge, Alaska. Aleta Lavender/USFWS
Arizona

Colorado

  • Leadville National Fish Hatchery has an amazing trail with fantastic seasonal signage identifying flowering plants. The trail begins at the parking lot east of the hatchery office.

Florida

Illinois

  • Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge - The Prairie Adventure Trail starts at the Visitor Center; along the trail, visitors can see insects and birds that pollinate native prairie plants

Indiana

Maryland

Eastern Neck NWR, MD
Eastern Neck Refuge, Maryland. Bob Pos/USFWS

Kentucky

Louisiana

Massachusetts

Michigan:

Jordan River National Fish Hatchery, MI
Jordan River National Fish Hatchery Pollinator Garden, Michigan. USFWS

Mississippi

 

 

 

 

Montana

Genoa National Fish Hatchery Butterfly Garden, WS
Lee Metcalf NWR Pollinator Garden, Montana. USFWS

New Jersey New York

 

North Dakota

Genoa National Fish Hatchery Butterfly Garden, WS
Sullys Hill National Game Preserve Pollinator Garden, North Dakota. USFWS

Oklahoma

Pennsylvannia

 

South Carolina

Carolina Sandhills Butterfly Garden, WS
Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge Pollinator Garden, South Carolina. USFWS credit: Rebecca Bartel/USFWS

Texas

Utah

  • Jones Hole NFH has two flower beds with a variety of perennials and annuals where you can see pollinators in the spring. One is located in front of the visitor center and the other is located on the east side of the hatchery building.

Virginia

 

Wisconsin

Genoa National Fish Hatchery Butterfly Garden, WS
Genoa National Fish Hatchery Butterfly Garden, Wisconsin. USFWS
 

Last Updated: June 6, 2014