If you enjoy getting outdoors and looking for wildlife, consider a visit to your nearest national wildlife refuge! From birding to whale watching, from viewing speedy pronghorn antelope or slow-moving box turtles, wildlife observation is the most popular activity for refuge visitors.
Activities permitted at Fallon NWR include: Wildlife Observation, Photography (non-commercial), Interpretation and Environmental Education. Hunting is not currently allowed at Fallon NWR, pending review and approval of a refuge Hunt Plan. Fishing is not compatible with refuge management goals, therefore not allowed.
From every state and all parts of the globe, about 40 million people visit each year, especially for the chance to see concentrations of wildlife and birds. The National Wildlife Refuge System’s extensive trail system, boardwalks, observation decks, hunting and photography blinds, fishing piers and boat launches encourage visitors to discover America’s best wildlife spectacles.
For more information about wildlife observation opportunities at Fallon NWR, contact the Visitor Services Manager at 775/423-5128 or stop by the Stillwater NWR Complex office in Fallon at 1020 New River Parkway for maps and brochures.