Visitor's Center. Located in the Refuge Headquarters building, the center is filled with hands-on displays and interpretive exhibits. Just outside the center you can stroll the delightful Birdhouse Boulevard, which displays several birdhouses.
Wildlife Observation. Wildlife is most active and more frequently seen early or late in the day. Two public photography blinds are located on the refuge for observation enhancement. Mammals prosper here and enjoy protection, food, and a peaceful environment. Reptiles and amphibians prosper in these grassy marshes for the hungry mouths of birds.
Walking Trails. Migrants Mile nature trail loops through shaded woodlands, along marsh edges, and through native grasslands. Birdhouse Boulevard is a 1,000 foot nature trail near the visitor's center and is lined with a variety of birdhouses.