Join a ranger for behind the scenes access to closed areas of the refuge complex. Destinations vary depending on wildlife use and activity. Registration is required.
Enjoy the breeze while searching for wildlife and admiring beautiful landscapes. This open air tram is great for the entire family.October 30 (please call for reservations)10 a.m. - Noon, or 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Children ages 3-5 are invited to bring their favorite adult to the refuge from 10:30 – 11:30 am on the first Saturday of each month for nature crafts, stories, and walks outdoors. Space is limited; call the Visitor Center to register at 419-898-0014.
Come meet a Park Ranger and participate in hands-on activities and outside programs for children ages 6-10. Swampers will meet from 1-2:30 on the first Saturday of each month for nature crafts, walks, and a Swampin’ good time! Space is limited, call the Visitor Center to Register.
On the first Sunday of each month at 8 a.m. volunteers meet at the trail head parking lot for the bird count. Volunteers divide into teams and hike the east half of the refuge. Everyone, of all skill levels, is welcome. Bring binoculars and dress to be outdoors. This is a great way to see the refuge, meet great people, and practice your bird id skills. After lunch at a local eatery volunteers gather again to drive the west half of the refuge. For more information about this part of the bird count please call the refuge at 419-898-0014.
Join a ranger for behind the scenes access to closedareas of the refuge complex. Destinations varydepending on wildlife use and activity. Registration is required.
Drive through seven miles of the refuge that are normally closed to the public. Open sunrise to sunset, entrance gate closes one hour before sunset. Auto Tour entrance is off the Visitor Center Parking Lot. Pick up a printed guide at the entrance for information on refuge management and recent sightings. All auto tours are weather dependent.
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