Student uses binoculars to look for birds on the refuge

The Swamp/Sibley Impoundments and adjacent areas are popular spots for birding. The Swamp provides roosting habitat for long-legged waders and ducks. Over ten species of freshwater mussels are known to occur here, in addition to numerous species of fish, providing birds an abundance food source. Bald eagles are common seasonal residents. 

After business hours, visitors are encouraged to are encouraged to note any wildlife sightings on the dry-erase board. 

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