Featuring 11,000 acres of outdoor recreation opportunities, Hagerman NWR is an excellent destination for birding, wildlife viewing, hiking, fishing, boating, and regulated hunting. In addition, the Friends of Hagerman offer many activities, events, seminars, volunteer opportunities for individuals, and learning opportunities for school and church groups as well.
Lucy Headed Out by Randall Patterson
Notice: Due to the Coronavirus, the Visitor Center remains closed. Refuge lands remain open to the public from sunrise to sunset daily.
Heads Up: It's a great day at the refuge, come on out! Look here for current conditions and closures
Update on the Education Pavilion: The Frame is Complete
It took 49 dump truck loads to bring in the 490 yards of dirt needed to level the area. The prep-work for the foundation is complete, and the slab was recently poured: 46.5 cubic yards of concrete! It looks great, the contractor did a great job (especially his grandson). We have the painter, and other contractors ready to go. If all goes well, students will be able to have classes in the pavilion soon. The pavilion will be plumbed and wired but won’t have water and electricity right away.
The Featherless Flyer
Birding With Jack
Events/EducationChildren's Activities Guided Butterfly Walks
The Photo ClubNature Photo Club
The FriendsVolunteer With Us!
Wood Stork by Kim Kai
A Sample of the
US Fish and Wildlife Service Mission
We work with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
Friends Organizations are crucial to the collective mission of the Refuge System to conserve and protect the wildlife of this great nation and help millions of Americans understand that their actions today determine the legacy we leave for tomorrow.
Red Shouldered Hawk by Tony Goza
Friends of Hagerman Mission
Friends of Hagerman NWR Foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to instill reverence, respect, and conservation of our wild creatures and habitats through supporting environmental education, recreational activities, and programs of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The refuge is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, drive on any road unless gated.
Admission to the refuge, parking and most events/activities are free of charge.
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Special thanks to Nancy Miller for the amazing photo of the Visitor Center