The Muscatatuck Wildlife Society (MWS), a non-profit “friends” group, was established in 1989 to support the educational and conservation objectives of the refuge. The group maintains a nature bookstore in the visitor center, which is one of the best in the state and is also a membership organization with almost 300 members. The group prints “Duck Tales,” the refuge newsletter that is sent to members three times a year. The organization funds and supports many refuge projects and special events each year and is a tremendous help to refuge operations.
Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge partners with many other agencies and organization including the Jackson County Visitor Bureau, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, the Starve-Hollow Recreation Area, and the Jennings County Visitor Bureau.
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The beautiful wood duck is one of many species that can be found at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge.