The Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge public use area is open from sunrise to sunset. This area may be closed at times during waterfowl hunting season if necessary to protect wildlife and habitat.
Educational and interpretive facilities are available near the headquarters office. To help protect wildlife and their habitats, recreational activities on the Refuge are regulated.
No overnight parking or camping is allowed. Camping facilities can be found in many of the State Parks throughout the area.
Wildlife observation and photography are encouraged.
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Common warbler found in fields and edges during migration. Adult males are yellow with a black face mask. Females are olive brown with yellow on the throat and under the tail.