COVID-19 Response Update


While outdoor sites remain open at the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges during the current coronavirus pandemic, we urge visitors to follow CDC guidelines
Maintain adequate social distancing, avoid overcrowding and exercise good hygiene. If a parking lot is full when you visit, please do not stop. Pay strict attention to social distancing guidance and do not crowd overlooks, piers, or viewing areas by compromising this guidance. 
We understand that the outdoors can help relieve stress, but these guidelines must be followed for our public health and safety. For now, the refuge visitor center and other public facilities are closed and most scheduled events have been postponed. For more information please visit our webpage, FWS Coronavirus Response.
The Refuges take their responsibility very seriously in protecting the public safety and welfare.  We will be forced to close our public outdoor areas if visitors will not police their own social distancing precautions.  Please respect the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control. 
Any questions, call/text Andrew Gude at 703.622.3896.