Welcome to the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge page! For official information about the Refuge, go to http://www.fws.gov/refuge/shiawassee/. For more about the Fish and Wildlife service, go to www.fws.gov.
To preserve and manage an undeveloped expanse of floodplain forest, marshes, rivers, and associated habitat within an agricultural and urban landscape through habitat management, encouraging public stewardship, educational programs, and private land activities.
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Our agency is known for our scientific excellence, our stewardship of lands and natural resources, and our dedicated conservation and wildlife professionals. While we hope that this page will help you stay connected to our work, we also hope that it will keep us connected to you and the issues you care about. Your participation on this page is vital and all feedback is welcome--both good and bad. Your perspective is welcomed and we hope that conversations about the Service can be productive, fun, and engaging.
Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1953 and is 9,706 acres in size. The Refuge is located within Saginaw County, Michigan and is surrounded by both urban and agricultural areas.