Refuge Visit

 

Although the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge is  still in it's infancy, it is definitely worth visiting. You'll see  wide open spaces occupied by seasonal wildlife, including migrating and nesting birds, coyotes,.and smaller critters like  toads and lizards. The 570 acres will continue being farmed  until the design plans are finalized. Construction is expected to begin in early 2016.

The gates are open from 8:00 to 5:00. You are welcome to drive or ride your bike along the farm roads, walk through the fields or ride your horse along the back ditch bank. At the southwest corner of the property you can access the bosque and walk all the way to the river. 

Feel free to stop by the temporary Visitor's Center and possibly meet some of the Refuge Volunteers who are beginning the work of making the old farm house into a place where you can find information about the Refuge and it's Wildlife.

See additional tabs for ways to set up your very own tour, plan a visit for your class, or to check out the monthly educational events.


        

     

            

                                                                   


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