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Tips for Hunters
and Non-Hunters

Information iconLower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge along the California/Oregon border. (Photo: USFWS)

Hunting is one of the priority public uses of national wildlife refuges. The others are fishing, wildlife viewing, photography, environmental education and interpretation. Refuges aim to provide quality outdoor recreation experiences for all visitors.

For the enjoyment of long-time hunters, new hunters and non-hunters alike, it is important that all visitors share refuge lands and waters responsibly.

Tips for Hunters

Tips for Non-Hunters

Information iconIzembek National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. (Photo: Ryan Hagerty/USFWS)