Audubon National Wildlife Refuge has an office and visitor center, auto tour route, trails, and other areas of interest for visitors. We also work with local farmers and ranchers who become cooperators who aid in habitat management through livestock grazing and haying.
The visitor center has exhibits that feature native habitats and the wildlife that use them. Brochures that feature information and Refuge maps are available, as well as staff who can answer your questions. A restroom is available.
The education building is available for use by school groups and other organizations. The building has a meeting area and restroom. Plan, develop, or explain your outdoor themed adventure inside, then grab some gear and explore the nearby prairie and trails.
Haying, and Grazing
To better accomplish our grassland management objectives, we regularly utilize agricultural practices to manage and enhance habitat for wildlife. If you are interested in grazing livestock and harvesting hay on Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, please contact a Wetland District Manager at (701) 442-5474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.