The Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge Association is a non-profit group formed in 1997 to aid Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in its mission. The group’s goals are to promote the refuge and its programs, to recruit and train volunteers, to buy new land for the refuge, and to help the refuge reach its goals. The group runs a bookstore in the refuge visitor center. The address is Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge Association, 14000 West State Route 2, Oak Harbor, OH 43449. Phone is 419-898-0014, ext 13. www.onwra.com
Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge partners with many other agencies and organizations including:
Lake Erie Cooperative Weed Management Areawww.lakeeriecwma.comOhio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlifewww.dnr.state.oh.us/wildlifeU.S. Geological Surveywww.glsc.usgs.gov/The Toledo Naturalists’ Associationwww.toledonaturalist.orgOhio Ornithological Societywww.ohiobirds.org/site/index.phpDucks Unlimitedwww.ducks.org/Black Swamp Bird Observatorywww.bsbobird.org/The Nature Conservancywww.nature.org/
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The beautiful wood duck is one of the most common ducks at the Cedar Point Refuge.