Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice
During the current public health emergency, whenever possible, outdoor recreation sites at national wildlife refuges will remain open to the public.

For local conditions review the information on this website and call ahead.

If visiting one of our location, please ensure public health and safety by following guidance from the CDC and state and local public health authorities. You can do this by maintaining social distancing, avoiding overcrowding and excercising good hygiene.

Features

  • Proposed Change to Hunting Program

    The Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is proposing to update the refuge’s hunting program and is seeking public comment.

    Learn more...

  • Junior Duck Stamp

    Indiana Junior Duck Stamp Program

    The Indiana Junior Duck Stamp program is conservation through art!

    Indiana Junior Duck Stamp Program

  • Partners

    Partnerships at Muscatatuck NWR

    Have you thought about becoming more involved at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge?

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    Like Us On Facebook

    Like us on Facebook to keep up with the latest refuge activities and wildlife sightings.

    Muscatatuck on Facebook

  • Auto Tour Rotator

    Auto Tour Route

    There is always something to see along the Auto Tour!

    Auto Driving Tour Link

News

Get a Federal Recreation Pass

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Recreation Passes are available M-F by appointment at the Refuge Office. No entrance fees are charged at Muscatatuck.

Hunting Information

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No harvest reports are required this year. Click below for information.

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Events

Refuge Week Photo Contest

Swallowtail

The results are in for the Refuge Week Photo Contest! First place butterfly photo by Lori Franklin

Refuge Week Photo Contest

About the Complex

Big Oaks/Muscatatuck

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the Big Oaks/Muscatatuck.

Read more about the complex
About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife, and plants.

Learn more about the NWRS