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Visitor Activities

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Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of opportunities to explore and enjoy the great outdoors from sunrise to sunset every day.   Observe and photograph wildlife, fish or hunt during one of the seasons for small game or deer.

  • Wildlife Watching

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    Wildlife observation is the most popular activity at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. The four mile Wildlife Drive with adjacent wetlands, croplands, and open water is usually the best place to see birds. In more forested areas deer, wild turkey, a variety of hawks, and other forest-dwellers are common.

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  • Nature Trails

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    See wildlife in their backcountry habitats along one of several hiking trails.

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  • Fishing

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    The refuge is a popular destination for sports fishermen seeking catfish, sand bass, stripers, crappie, and pan fish year-round.  Come try your luck!

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  • Hunting

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    Enjoy a public lands hunt. White-tailed deer, feral hog, turkey and small game (including dove, squirrel, and rabbit) hunt opportunities are seasonally available to the public.

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  • Interpretation

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    For the National Wildlife Refuge System, interpretation means finding ways to connect our visitors with our resources. Come learn about some of the wonders of the natural world.

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  • Environmental Education

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    The refuge offers a variety of teaching and learning opportunities provided by staff and volunteers throughout the year.

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  • Wildlife Photography

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    Wildlife photography is one of the most popular activities on the refuges and there are numerous opportunities to capture wildlife on film.

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  • Special Events

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    Attend a special event at the refuge.

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Page Photo Credits — USFWS, © Rick Cantu, Kathy Whaley/USFWS, © Rick Cantu, Kathy Whaley/USFWS, USFWS, © Rick Cantu
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2012
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