Fox River National Wildlife Refuge

Fox River National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Horicon NWR
W4279 Headquarters Rd
Mayville, WI 53050

Phone:920-387-2658
Fax:920-387-2973
Web: www.fws.gov/midwest/foxriver
Established: 1979.
Location:In Marquette County, Wisconsin.
Facilities:Undeveloped.
Activities:Deer hunting (with restrictions).
Special Features:Approximately 50 greater sandhill cranes use the refuge during the summer, but more than 300 creanes use it as a staging area during the fall migration.
Habitats: 1,004 acres of made up of sedge meadow, wet prairie, marsh wetlands, fens, lowland forest, shrub-carr thickets, deep march and open water.
Access: Closed to the public except for hunters during hunting season.
Wild life: Greater sandhill crane, herons, rails, songbirds, deer, turkey, and bobwhite quail.

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