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Explore the Refuge!

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The Refuge features three auto tour routes and eight nature trails for the public to view and photograph wildlife in a natural setting. The Refuge also allows fishing at designated sites and has a large waterfowl hunting program.

Visitor Activities

About the Complex

San Luis NWR Complex

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The San Luis NWR Complex includes the San Luis NWR, Merced NWR, San Joaquin River NWR, and Grasslands Wildlife Management Area.

San Luis is managed as part of the San Luis NWR Complex.

Learn more about the complex 

About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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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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Connect with the Refuge

  • Mountain Lions

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    Mountain lions have been spotted in the vicinity of the Refuge. Here are some safety tips for traveling in mountain lion areas.

    Learn safety tips
  • San Luis NWRC Visitor Center

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    The San Luis NWR Complex Visitor Center and Headquarters located on the San Luis NWR includes an exhibit hall with interactive educational exhibits on wildlife and habitats, tule elk viewing, a multi-purpose room to hold conservation meetings and conduct environmental education programs for schools, and is the administrative headquarters for the Complex.

    Learn more about the Visitor Center
  • Special Events and Tours

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    Spring is in the air and the San Luis NWRC is offering guided weekend nature walks to encourage visitors to venture outdoors and explore the many nature trails throughout the Refuge Complex.

    Learn more about public events
Page Photo Credits — Tule Elk Banner (top of page) © Lee Eastman
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2014
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