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Wildlife Viewing Tips

The patient observer will be rewarded with many wildlife viewing opportunities. Early morning and evening are the best times to observe wildlife. Spring migration occurs from mid-March through mid-May and fall migration from September through November. Most waterfowl can be found on wetlands along the auto tour route. A variety of other wildlife may be observed along the trails in the riparian riparian
Definition of riparian habitat or riparian areas.

Learn more about riparian
, ponderosa pine forest, or grassland habitats.  

Binoculars, camera, field guides, water, and a lunch will contribute to a pleasant visit. Quietly listen for calls and songs and wait for wildlife to resume their activities. Use your car as a blind for wildlife viewing and photography. Observation blinds may be available to allow a close-up view of wildlife with minimal disturbance.

Key Contacts

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Supervisory Park Ranger
National Wildlife Refuge System
Additional Role(s)
Visitor Services Manager,
Volunteer Coordinator,
Visual Information Specialist,
Social Media Manager,
Public Information Officer
Environmental Education,
Graphic Design,
Digital & Social Media
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Private Lands Biologist
Partners for Fish and Wildlife,
National Wildlife Refuge System
Habitat Restoration,
Wetland Delineation,
Topographic Surveys,
Beaver Dam Analogs,
Project Permitting

Other General Contacts

Refuge Law Enforcement

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