Nature Tourism: Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge offers excellent opportunities to see and
enjoy wildlife. Visitors from across the
United States and several foreign countries come here to enjoy the nature trails
and scenic views. Many of these visitors
stop in nearby communities to fill their tanks with gasoline or eat a good meal
and some stay in nearby hotels. The
refuge promotes surrounding communities and encourages visitors to enjoy the
many services and opportunities offered nearby.
Helpful Information National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation Home Values Study
Follow Us Online
Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge is a great place to see migrating songbirds. After leaving their southern wintering grounds, the migratory birds begin arriving in March where the brightly colored males court the females before building a nest. Look for these beautiful, small birds, including eastern bluebirds, prothonotary warblers, painted and indigo buntings and more.