Mingo National Wildlife Refuge will be teaming up with the Missouri Department of Conservation to offer the Eagle Days event. Live eagle programs will take place throughout the day at the Mingo Maintenance shop. Spotting scope stations will be setup on the refuge to provide visitors with a chance to see a bald eagle in the wild. Inside the Mingo Visitor Center will be display items related to eagles. The event will go from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come out for a day of fun learning all about our National Symbol!
Starting March 1 and going through September 30 all refuge waters are open to boating and fishing. The possession or use of gasoline powered boat motors is prohibited on all refuge waters. Electric trolling motors are permitted outside the Wilderness Area. For more information on fishing and boating download the regulation brochure.
Starting October 1 and going through end of February the following refuge waters are closed: Monopoly Marsh, Rockhouse Marsh, moist soil units, and waterways located between Ditch 2 and 6. All other waters are open. This partial refuge waters closure is to minimize disturbance to migrating and wintering waterfowl.
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