Larry Box EE Center
The Larry Box Environment
Education Center combines wildlife, incredible natural beauty, and education
into an unforgettable experience!
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See photos of our refuge and videos about what the US Fish and Wildlife Service is about!
View our gallery here
Insects of the Refuge
Curious about the insects on the refuge? The Bug and Plant Camp with Breanna Lyle have surveyed insect species found on the refuge.
Click here to take a look!
Explorations in Nature
Artist-in-residence Robin Whitfield's artwork inspired by her stay at Noxubee NWR in fall 2014. Click below to learn more!
Friends Behind the Scenes Event
An intern at Noxubee refuge gives her recount of a Friends behind the scenes MAPS event.
Click here to read!
Do you get inspired by the wonders of nature? Are you an artist, writer, composer, or performing artist who is interested in conservation? Learn about our Artist-in-Residence program and how to apply today!Artist-In-Residence Program
Friends of Noxubee Refuge
The Friends of Noxubee have been helping with our refuge since 2003. They are dedicated to conserving our natural resources through volunteer work and fund raising. How to get involved!
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.
Learn more about the NWRS
Trained fire staff will be using prescribed fire to manage and maintain habitat conditions for the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. Deer, turkey, Bachman's sparrow and Northern bobwhite also benefit from these same habitat treatments. Due to recent unfavorable weather conditions, burns will take place during the spring turkey hunt. Hunters should exercise caution.Locations of upcoming prescribed burns can be found here.
The refuge is seeking public comment regarding a proposed right-of-way expansion on the refuge.Click here for more information.
Help make a difference! Volunteers play a vital role in helping the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service fulfill its mission of conserving, protecting and enhancing America's fish and wildlife populations and their habitats.
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted., Morgan Hill Overlook - Frank Peters
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2015