The refuge has partnered with many different organizations for to habitat restoration, interpretation programs, youth orientations, special events and much more. We provide a lot more to visitors and recreationist because of this and can not thank them enough. Below is a list of partners that contribute to the mission and goals of Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge:
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Over the years, two pairs of bald eagles have established nest sites on the refuge. Eagles start nesting behavior in January and continue until eaglets fledge in July. Eagles stay on or near the refuge for most of the year, leaving only to find open water in winter or in times of drought. When visiting Cayuga Overlook, the eagles are likely to be observed flying above.