A man in a blue shirt and khaki pants stands inside a wooden bird blind next to a tree and small pond


From bald eagles to spoonbills, from condors to puffins, birds abound on national wildlife refuges. Refuges provide places for birds to nest, rest, feed and breed making them world-renown for their birding opportunities.

Here at Turnbull NWR, birding opportunities exist year-round. To learn what species have been sighted recently, stop by the visitor contact station or check eBird

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Turnbull NWR - Visitor Use Map (508)

Map of the public use area inside of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge