“When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” - Aldo Leopold
Boasting over 250 species of shorebirds, waterfowl, and songbirds at Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge, it is a birding lovers dream come true!
Raccoon are among the many species of mammals that can be found.
From highly sought after White bass to blood sucking American brook lampreys, the refuge waters are home to over 80 different species of fish.
Numerous slithering and slimy, reptiles and amphibians can be found at Cross Creeks.
Gray Bats, Indiana Bats, and Least Terns are among some of the endangered species that can be found on the refuge.
Habitat is essential for the wildlife living there.
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Cross Creeks now has a brand new office and Visitor Center! Come check out our new facility complete with interactive exhibits!