Photos of some of the diverse wildlife that can be found on the refuge.
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Check out the upcoming events at the refuge hosted with the Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
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Take a Hike!
There are a number of enjoyable trails to be found on the refuge. Keep an eye out for a glimpse of the amazing wildlife found here!
The town of Hagerman was established in 1880. By 1910, the town consisted of 250 residences, a cotton gin, school, church, post office, railroad depot and several businesses. In the 1920s residents and businesses began to abandon the area when it became known that the soon to be Lake Texoma would completely inundate the town. Learn More
About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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The Federal Highway Administration and the refuge are proposing to improve the road which extends into the Refuge. The project will include approximately 0.21 acre of additional pavement resulting from roadway widening to better accommodate Refuge visitors and reduce maintenance needs. In accordance with federal law FHWA is soliciting comments on the effects this project would have on Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.Read the release
Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of opportunities to explore and enjoy the great outdoors from sunrise to sunset every day. Hike, fish, observe and photograph wildlife, or hunt during one of the seasons for small game or deer.Learn More
Page Photo Credits © William H. Powell
Last Updated: Apr 16, 2015