Pintail Slough Waterfowl HuntChanges for the 2016-2017 seasonReservationsThe refuge will be taking reservations for the 2016-2017 waterfowl hunt season on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 via telephone between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Call the office at (760) 326-3853.Blinds not reserved during the reservation period or that are not used by the person with a reservation will be made available to standby hunters through a lottery drawing.User FeesThe user fee remains $15.00 per person, per day. Youth ages 13 and under are not required to pay a fee when accompanied by an adult; however, they are ineligible to participate in the daily blind lottery or reservations.
OtherThe Youth Waterfowl Camp will be held January 6 - 8, 2017.
Blind #2 is being relocated to the east side of the moist soil unit.
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Pintail Hunt Times 2016-2017Pintail Reservations by Week 2016-2017
Other Refuge Areas Open for Hunting
Topock Marsh - Designated portions of Topock Marsh are open to hunting.
Other Refuge Lands - Refuge lands and waters south of Castle Rock Bay to the north boundary of the city limits of Lake Havasu City.Areas Closed to Hunting
Topock Marsh - Entry into the Topock Marsh closed area is prohibited from October 1 through the last day of the state waterfowl season (including the juniors-only hunt). The only exception is through traffic on the Levee Road and the entrance to the Bermuda goose observation tower parking lot.Topock Gorge - Hunting is prohibited in Topock Gorge from Castle Rock Bay north to Interstate 40, including those refuge lands within a quarter mile of the waters of the Colorado River.
Accidents or InjuryAccidents involving damage to property, injury to the public or injury to wildlife that occur within the boundaries of any national wildlife refuge are to be reported as soon as possible. During business hours contact the Refuge Manager at (760)326-3853 and after hours and on weekends call 1-800-637-9152.
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Havasu Refuge is within the Pacific Flyway, a major north-south migratory route along the western coast of the United States. Hundreds of birds stop here to rest and refuel during their long journey. Many species also breed and overwinter here. Because of its importance to birds, the refuge is considered an Important Bird Area in the state of Arizona. Come out and enjoy Havasu National Wildlife Refuge -- it's definitely for the birds.