Take a hike!
Explore Noxubee's hiking trails and boardwalks and keep an eye out for wildlife!
Trail and Boardwalk Info
Larry Box EE Center
The Larry Box Environment
Education Center combines wildlife, natural beauty, and education
into an unforgettable experience!
Check out what we're up to!
Do you get inspired by the wonders of nature? Are you an artist, writer, composer, or performing artist who is interested in conservation? Learn about our Artist-in-Residence program and find out how to apply today!Click here for more info!
Friends of Noxubee Refuge
The Friends of Noxubee have been helping with our refuge since 2003. They are dedicated to conserving our natural resources through volunteer work and fund raising. How to get involved!
About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
Learn more about the NWRS
Pokemon captured on Noxubee NWR do not require a possession tag. However Noxubee Entrance Passes are still required and all other refuge regulations to include closed times and closed areas must be followed. Refuge regulations can be obtained online, at refuge kiosks or at the visitors center. Please be aware of where/what you are walking into. Please share this with your friends. Happy hunting.
Since the 1940's, recreational fees have been part of the refuge's strategy for providing quality public uses on the refuge. Hunters are already accustomed to supporting the refuge through the purchase of hunting permits. Of the nearly 200,000 visits to the refuge each year, about 70% of those visits are not associated with hunting or fishing. Participating in the refuge's recreational fee program by purchasing an entrance pass allows all visitors to contribute to the support of the refuge and its parking areas, paved roads, restrooms, signs, hiking trails, boardwalks, visitor center, and other visitor amenities.More Information
The Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge is seeking applications from adventurous young women and men ages 15 to 18. Applicants may not turn 19 during the duration of employment. Young adults interested in wildlife careers, summer employment or job experience, are encouraged to apply.
Positions are available through the Youth Conservation Corps program and are a great way to get to know your local National Wildlife Refuge and become involved in natural resource conservation. No prior experience is necessary but participants must be legal citizens of the United States. Students are expected to work the full duration of the summer. For more information contact the refuge office at:662/323-5548.
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted., Morgan Hill Overlook - Frank Peters
Last Updated: Mar 15, 2017