Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge 25th Anniversary

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Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge 25th Anniversary
Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge
21844 S 250 Road
Phone: 918-652-0456
Phone: 539-286-4904
Fax: 918-654-3427

This June, join the Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge in celebrating their first quarter century. Established in 1993 to protect the rapidly disappearing bottomland hardwood forests of eastern Oklahoma, this refuge has become a crucial resource for seasonal waterfowl migration along with providing a home to more than 250 bird species, 50 mammals, reptiles and 22 amphibians.  

This 25th-anniversary party kicks off bright and early on Saturday morning and includes a wonderful array of family-friendly and free activities. At this milestone celebration watch live raptors, learn to fish, paint a t-shirt, build a bird box, shoot a bowl and hike a trail or three while learning about the mission of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. 

Find Nearby
General Information: Free admission
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40
Located approximately thirty five miles south of Tulsa. Travel on Highway 75 south of Okmulgee for six miles, and turn left on Lavender Road. Follow Lavender Road for two miles until it dead ends, and turn left onto S 250 Road. Follow S 250 Road for two miles and the refuge headquarters building, Cussetah Bottoms Boardwalk Trail, and a gravel parking lot will be on the right.