Seney National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1935 by Executive Order for the protection and production of migratory birds and other wildlife. Throughout this nearly 96,000 acres of diverse habitat live a wide variety of wildlife species. Here visitors encounter the cry of common loons, regal trumpeter swans, brilliant dragonflies, nesting bald eagles,and industrious beaver. Wildlife abounds in the refuges forests, marshes, pools, creeks, rivers, and bogs.
Visitors can drive the Marshland Drive or walk the Pine Ridge Nature Trail, from dawn until dusk, to search the refuge pools for wildlife species. Programs, guided tours and visitor center exhibits help you learn about refuge habitats and wildlife. The Visitor Center and Marshland Drive are open seven days a week, May 15 through October 15.