Hagerman Wildlife Refuge

White-eyed Vireo by Laurie Lawler

The 11,320-acre Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is a mixture of forests, grasslands, creeks, freshwater wetlands, and Lake Texoma. Each habitat has its own unique natural history and supports a variety of native wildlife. Every season brings a change in wildlife.

Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of opportunities to explore and enjoy the great outdoors from sunrise to sunset every day. Observe and photograph wildlife, fish or hunt during one of the seasons for small game or deer.

Audio Auto Tour Route is a great way to tour the refuge in the comfort of your own vehicle. Listen to recorded narratives at several stops using your mobile device or one of the state-of- the-art audio interpretive players.

From Nature trails, fishing, hunting, interpretation, wildlife photography, butterfly garden, environmental education and special events most weekend you can get back to nature.