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With over 59,000 acres, the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge protects habitat for buffalo, longhorn cattle, elk, prairie dog, river otters, white-tailed deer, wild turkeys and other animals which used to call the mid-west home. Bird lovers can observe over 240 species, including the endangered Black-capped Vireo. The refuge terrain is a unique historic treasure, as it has never been disturbed for farming as plows were unable to work the rocky soil. The open grass fields are favorites of the local grazers so proceed with an eye out for bison or longhorn cattle and have your binoculars and camera on hand to capture the stunning scenery and wildlife. Stop in the Visitor Center for information on trails, environmental programs, camping and boating as well as to learn about the region through dioramas and hands-on exhibits. The Refuge is free.
Intersection of OK-115 and OK-49
32 Refuge Headquarters
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