The top priority at national wildlife refuges is the safety of our visiting public. We want to provide an optimal opportunity to view wildlife in a fun, safe and natural setting. With so much to enjoy we would like to leave you with a few reminders.
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The aptly named tundra swan breeds in the far northern reaches of the continent. They migrate south during the winter months, feeding on aquatic plants. They may also be seen eating grains in farm fields. The best time to spot tundra swans at the refuge is from November to February.