Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge offers wildlife-dependent recreation, including wildlife watching and photography, hiking and camping. The 6,440-acre refuge is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, a national network of lands and waters set aside for the benefit of wildlife, habitat and you.
Sandhill Cranes at Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge
Plan aims to deliver in-perpetuity conservation of up to 700,000 acres of land for benefit of migratory and resident wildlife.

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The refuge offers a variety of activities including hiking trails, overlooks, camping, and photography. 

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      Visitors can see a variety of wildlife species while on the refuge. Sandhill cranes use the refuge in the winter for roosting habitat. In the spring and summer migratory birds frequent the refuge. Coyotes, reptiles and raptors can also be seen.