Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge — Oak Orchard Creek Topo Map

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The Iroquois NWR covers about 10,000 acres and is one of over 500 National Wildlife Refuges administered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, part of the Department of the Interior. Another refuge in New York State is Montezuma, near Syracuse. The purpose of the refuge system is to manage wildlife and wildlife habitat. The refuge has been identified as an “Important Bird Area” by the National Audubon Society. At least 266 species of birds use the refuge throughout the year. This is what draws approximately 100,000 human visitors to the area each year. Birds Likely Seen:Woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, turkey vultures, herons, shorebirds, ducks and geese.
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Alabama, New York

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