There are observation decks, pull-offs, and canoe and bike
trails to help you observe the natural wonders of the Refuge. Although boating provides the most intimate
look at this river system, many visitors enjoy viewing the Refuge’s wild and
scenic beauty from blufftop overlooks in state and local parks bordering the
Refuge. The Refuge and its wildlife mark
time by the ancient rhythms of spring, summer, fall and winter. If you enjoy birdwatching, the Refuge BirdList provides information on nesting and the seasonal abundance of birds.