•Off-road vehicles, open fires, camping, overnight parking, and horseback riding are not allowed on the Refuge.•Dogs must be leashed at all times except when used for a legal hunt.•There are no established visitor facilities on this Refuge – please pack out your trash.
Please contact Refuge manager for additional regulations. Current information is located on the kiosk along Hwy 32, 3.25 miles south of US. Hwy 2
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This migratory grassland sparrow hides its tiny nest in the dead grasses of the open prairies. It spends the summer on the refuge feeding on insects and spiders. Although Breeding Bird Surveys indicate their numbers have declined in the U.S. it can be heard singing on the prairies of Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuge.