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we love this refuge, go and take walks often, photo birds, blue heron, white egrets, eagles, loons, osprey, etc etc so much wildlife. Stop in and get a map from the visitors center. (which I have yet to see be opened - they do need...More
We found this place by accident, but it was a nice surprise. Lots of birds and other wildlife as well as beautiful scenery. There were a lot wildflowers in bloom. The only drawback was trying to follow the map from the visitor's center. The refuge...More
We hiked all of the trails that were accessible during our visit, and each one had its own splendor and beauty. We saw herons, eagles, geese, ducks, a possum, and plenty of other friendly people hiking along. The trails were well maintained, and there really...More
The Visitors Center had very little parking. And about 25% of it was reserved for some type of emission free vehicle. Not clearly defined. Didn't want to get a ticket, so we left without visiting..Visited other refuge areas in the region which were state-run and...More
Nice wildlife refuge probably put there because it was already very swampy and a good stop on the Canada Goose flyway. Used to be able to see lots of pheasants but not too many now. Lots of other birds and very peaceful. There are a...More
I was at this huge place on a Saturday afternoon. Was disappointed to see the main office closed but thankfully there were some decent maps and the trails are well marked. I took one of the most scenic trails, the Feeder Rd that crosses vertically...More
We took our 5 Year old to this little museum. She was very interested in pulling open drawers that held fur and information about animals that live there. She asked to go back, so I call that a great experience.
Traveling east from Toronto to Utica in mid-October, Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge provided a perfect place to stop and stretch our legs. Parking at the head of Kanloo Trail, we walked along the dikes and into the woods on Feeder Road--about 1/2 hour out and...More