Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge


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Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Address:PO Box 158
Mound City, MO 64470

Phone:660-442-3187
Fax:660-442-5248
Web: www.fws.gov/midwest/SquawCreek
Established: 1935.
Location:Northwestern Missouri in the Missouri River floodplain.
Facilities:Visitor contact station, picnic area, trails, auto tour route.
Activities:Fishing, hiking, hunting, mushroom picking, educational programs.
Special Features:The refuge is home to a variety of animal species: wildlife recordings show more than 30 species of mammals, almost 40 species of reptiles and amphibians, and more than 300 species of birds use the refuge.
Habitats: 7,350 acres of wetland, grassland, forest.
Access: Open daily from sunrise to sunset.
Wild life: Snow geese, eagles, ducks, coyotes, and white-tailed deer.

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Drift fencing was used to determine the presence of Eastern Massasaugas on a 8.1 ha portion of native wet prairie at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge during the summer 2001.
Durbian (2001) reported a 21% mortality rate for massasaugas after a spring bum conducted on 18 April at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge and Frese (2003) reported an 85% mortality rate for all snakes found after a fall bum on tallgrass prairie in northern Missouri.
This study was conducted on the 3,012 ha Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge located on the Missouri River floodplain in Holt County, Missouri.
2000/2001 Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake surveys on Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge and associated geographic information system database.