Posts tagged National Wildlife Refuge


Welcome to Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Vian, Oklahoma.

Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9495You can hike their nature trails or drive their auto route… or both! I couldn’t believe all the wildlife I saw at Sequoyah NWR! There’s lots of water here, which is great for migrating birds and waterfowl!Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9496I saw thousands of snow geese and tons of ducks!Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9771This kingfisher let me take his picture!Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9841I saw a muskrat, but obviously there are beavers here!Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9838I saw hawks and eagles, and even this eagle nesting!Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge sqIMG_9856I had a great time exploring at Sequoyah NWR. This was one of the best wildlife stops in my trip.  With almost 21,000 acres to explore near where the Arkansas and Canadian Rivers meet – you’re bound to see something! And it’s Mr. Pish Approved!

For more information on Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, click here.Mr Pish Approved


Welcome to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Smyrna, Delaware.

At Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, you can see all sorts of wildlife and scenery even during the Winter!welcome to bombay hook IMG_8634

I saw two foxes…bombay hook fox IMG_7624

And swans…bombay hook swans IMG_7541And great blue herons…bombay hook great blue heron IMG_7593

And migrating geese!  I also saw ducks, eagles, hawks, and bunnies! migrating geese at bombay hook IMG_7562The scenery was beautiful, too!Bombay Hook scenery IMG_8642With all its nature trails, observation towers, great scenery, and lots of wildlife,
Bombay Hook NWR is Mr. Pish Approved!

For more information on Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, click here.Mr Pish Approved