At this field station we offer the following public services:
America the Beautiful Passes (Federal Recreation Lands Passes) - We issue Military and Access passes only [Please, call the refuge office ahead of time to set up a time and date to obtain a Military or Access Pass] Click on this link to learn where you can obtain Annual and Senior Passes.By clicking this link you will be leaving the refuge website.
Every Kid Outdoors Pass - This program provides fourth graders free entrance to Public Lands with their families. By clicking this link you will be leaving the refuge website. Participate in a brief activity to earn a voucher. Bring the voucher in for an annual pass. Please call ahead to set up a time and date to pick up the card.
Duck Stamps - please call ahead of time to set up a time and date to obtain a Duck Stamp.
Cooperative Agriculture - The refuge issues Special Use Permits to harvest and remove hay from designated refuge grasslands by private parties. The refuge issues news releases each year announcing when permits will be issued.
Photo Blinds - The refuge has two photo blinds available to the public for reservation, one is at Mohawk Pool and the other at Ringneck Marsh. Call the refuge to reserve one today!
Photo Contests - sponsored by the Friends of Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, Inc. This is an external link to the Friends' page.
Special Use Permits
Recreation - check activities under "Visit Us"
Field Trip Programs - please call ahead to schedule
Volunteering and Youth Engagement - See "Get Involved"
Some 30 national wildlife refuges charge visitors a nominal entrance fee (generally $3-$5 daily) to cover road and facility maintenance. If you are a regular visitor or would like to visit other public lands, you could save by buying an America the Beautiful Federal...
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