Last updated: 1/24/2010
Fallon, Nevada
Street Address
1000 Auction Road
Fallon, NV 89406
Mailing Address
1000 Auction Rd
Fallon, NV 89406
phone: 775-423-5128
e-mail: stillwater@fws.gov
web: www.fws.gov/stillwater/
Hours
Refuge open daily, during daylight hours; 2 overnight camping areas - Division Road and Lead Lake parking lots
Admissions
Free
Staff
Susan Sawyer, Visitor Services Manager
Description

Foxtail Lake vehicle tour loop, 6.5 mi; group picnic shelter, wetland boardwalks, viewing areas; Stillwater Point Res. Millenium Moments Trail, observation platform; Tule Trail 1.5 mi interpretive hiking path off Hunter Rd.; seasonal hunting allowed north of Division Road;

Located on the Pacific Flyway, the wetlands provide a temporary home in the desert to hundreds of species of migratory birds: 77,000 acre refuge.

History

Refuge established by Congress in 1948

Artifact Collections

Historic documents including herbarium, wildlife collection, cultural resources inventory, water rights aquisition, Federal record of Decision, land use surveys

Educational Programs

On site guided group tours and activities, lessons; off site programs, displays, lessons,

Library

Access: General Public, Students, Scholars

Appointment required: Yes

Publications

Refuge brochure available by request, at the headquarters office in Fallon, or onsite.

  • 1=Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge
  • 2=Stillwater NWR Complex Wildlife List
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