National wildlife refuges offer us all a chance to unplug from the stresses of daily life and reconnect with our natural surroundings. A visit to ais a great way to enjoy the great outdoors and discover a new place. Visitors can enjoy the refuge in many ways! Whether you enjoy hiking, canoeing, hunting, wildlife photography or birdwatching a visit to Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge is a great way to explore nature.
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The Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge contains a wide variety of flora and fauna. The refuge serves as a winter feeding and resting area for waterfowl. The refuge provides habitat for Indiana bats, an endangered species. Visitors visiting the refuge in the summer season may see many species of songbirds, including prothonotary warblers. Bald cypress and water tupelo trees also find their home in the waterways of Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge. One of the best ways to view the swamps is by canoe.