At Grulla National Wildlife Refuge, visitors can enjoy the walking path and overlook. Wildlife watching and photography are permitted.
Location and Contact Information
Grulla National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1969 and consist of 3,236 acres. This salt lake is important as a roost site for lesser sandhill cranes during the winter.
What We Do
The National Wildlife Refuge System is a series of lands and waters owned and managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Wildlife conservation is at the heart of the refuge system. It drives everything we do from the purpose a refuge is established, to the recreational activities offered there, to the resource management tools we use. Selecting the right tools helps us ensure the survival of local plants and animals and helps fulfill the purpose of the refuge.
Large concentrations of sandhill cranes congregate at the refuge during the winter when water is present.