Refuge Law Enforcement officers help visitors to understand
and obey wildlife protection laws. They work closely with state and local government
offices to enforce federal and state hunting regulations that protect migratory
birds and other game species from illegal take and preserve legitimate hunting
Questions regarding Law Enforcement or violations on the refuge
should be directed to John Below, Refuge Officer, at 920-948-2579 or Steve Lenz, Complex Project Leader, at 920-387-2658.
To report sick or dead wildlife OFF the refuge, get more information on orphaned wildlife, or to find a directory of wildlife rehabilitators in Wisconsin, please visit Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Health.
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Originally established for this species, the Refuge supports the largest nesting population of redhead ducks east of the Mississippi River. Thousands use the marsh each year.