Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge is centrally located along the Mississippi Flyway, a major route for migratory birds, affording visitors an excellent opportunity for wildlife viewing, wildlife photography, hiking, hunting, fishing and paddling.
Location and Contact Information
What We Do
We provide multiple services.
During the fall migration season, visitors may see 15 different species of duck and up to 200 different species of birds. Waterfowl and bird watching guides and checklists are available at the visitor contact station and headquarters office. Birds of particular interest are wood ducks and bald eagles.
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