Partnerships with the Refuge System bring innovative approaches to solving land management issues in the most protective manner. Scientifically-informed and technologically-based stewardship of our public lands, water, wildlife and special places must be a collaborative effort between the Refuge System, private landowners and organizations, and other government agencies if conservation efforts are to succeed.
Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge works with the following partners. They play a very important role in helping the refuge accomplish its wildlife management and conservation mission:
Ducks UnlimitedU.S. Army Corps of Engineers Oklahoma Department of Wildlife ConservationThe National Audubon SocietyU.S. Coast GuardOklahoma State ParksOklahoma State UniversityMissouri State University
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The alligator snapping turtle is the one of the largest freshwater turtles in the world and can live up to 100 years in the wild. It uses its unique worm-like appendage to lure in prey just close enough to become a meal.