Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge

Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Ottawa NWR
14000 W State Rt 2
Oak Harbor, OH 43449

Phone:419-898-0014
Fax:419-898-7895
Web: www.fws.gov/midwest/cedarpoint
Established: 1965.
Location:Northwestern Ohio where Maumee Bay meets Lake Erie.
Activities:Fishing.
Special Features:Refuge property was donated to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by owners of the Cedar Point Shooting Club. A bald eagle nest is located where the shooting club's lodge once stood.
Habitats: 2,445 acres, primarily marsh divided into 3 pools.
Access: Most of the refuge is closed to the public; however, a fishing area near Yondota Road gate is open from June to August.
Wild life: Migrating waterfowl, herons, egrets, bald eagles.

See other parks in Ohio.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Expansions of refuge opportunities include at Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama and Mississippi, the expansion of season dates for existing migratory game bird hunting to align with state seasons, the opening of coot, crane and tundra swan hunting on acres already open to other hunting at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Montana, and the expansion of existing sport fishing to new areas at Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio.

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