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Staff members are looking for a variety of plants and animals on the refuge that could be featured on our website or Facebook page.
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Like us on Facebook and stay up to date on what is happening at Necedah NWR.
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Support the Friends Group
Support Friends of NNWR! The non-profit group helps the refuge put on special events, E.E. support, habitat restoration, and much more!
Friends of Necedah NWR
Showcasing the activities and accomplishments of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Stay up to date with recent bird sightings on the refuge through eBird.
Recent Bird Sightings
This program uses art and science to teach students in grades K-12 the value of wetlands and the waterfowl that use them. The program concludes with the annual art contest.Learn More
About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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About the Refuge
Necedah NWR Visitor Center is open Mon-Sat, 9am-4pm, closed Federal holidays, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Refuge lands are open sunrise-sunset year-round.About Us
The Refuge is located off of Hwy 21, 4 miles west of Necedah, WI or 18 miles east of Tomah, WI. To reach the Visitor Center, turn onto Headquarters Rd and travel 2 miles into the interior of the Refuge.About the Refuge
Click here to download and view Refuge brochures for on-the-go planning.Refuge Brochures
Stay current with what's happening on the refuge.News Releases
Keep an eye on flowers during the months of early May and August and you just might spy a Karner blue butterfly.
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted.
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2014
Can You Capture It? FOCUS on PhotographyApril 12, 2014
Discover techniques, share tips, and share your favorite photos! All skill levels welcomeLearn More
Family Bird WalkApril 12, 2014
Grab your binoculars and camera for this 1 mile bird walk through prairies, oak savannas, and wetlands! Learn More