Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge help provide visitors with an opportunity to view whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, Karner blue butterflies, whitetail deer, turkeys, red-headed woodpeckers, wolves, swans, migratory wildfowl, songbirds and black bear.

Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge help provide visitors with an opportunity to view whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, Karner blue butterflies, whitetail deer, turkeys, red-headed woodpeckers, wolves, swans, migratory wildfowl, songbirds and black bear.

Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge help provide visitors with an opportunity to view whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, Karner blue butterflies, whitetail deer, turkeys, red-headed woodpeckers, wolves, swans, migratory wildfowl, songbirds and black bear.

Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge help provide visitors with an opportunity to view whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, Karner blue butterflies, whitetail deer, turkeys, red-headed woodpeckers, wolves, swans, migratory wildfowl, songbirds and black bear.

Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge help provide visitors with an opportunity to view whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, Karner blue butterflies, whitetail deer, turkeys, red-headed woodpeckers, wolves, swans, migratory wildfowl, songbirds and black bear.

Guess these blue jays have a difference of opinion about who gets the last of the bird seed. Good thing we have wonderful donors who contribute cash, seeds and suet to keep the refuge birds (and squirrels) well-fed! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a federal holiday honoring the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr. as a spokesman for nonviolent activism in the civil rights movement to end racial segregation. (Photo is of British Soldier Lichen, after last month's first snowfall). ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Mary and Bob Vethe for being named as the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Volunteers of the Year 2016! Always ready to help, seasoned and willing environmental educators, among the first to arrive for events and the last to leave... the refuge is very fortunate to have Mary and Bob as volunteers. And the Friends are even more fortunate to have these two wonderful people on our Board of Directors. Well done, Bob & Mary! ... See MoreSee Less

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“Our vision is connecting people with wildlife and nature today, tomorrow and forever”

The Refuge Needs You!

Founded by a small group of dedicated volunteers in 1999, the Friends have grown to almost three hundred members around the world. We are nationally recognized for our innovations and initiatives in volunteerism. Our mission is simple: We take a leadership role in promoting public use and enjoyment of our refuge by encouraging and facilitating environmental education and community outreach. We give our time, talent, funds and spirit to support the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge’s work and conservation efforts while advocating for the broader mission of the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all contributions as tax-deductible to the full extent of current law.

The Friends of the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Mission Statement:

 

  • Take a leadership role promoting public use and enjoyment of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Encourage and facilitate environmental education and community outreach.
  • Give our time, funds and spirit in support of the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge’s work & conversation efforts.
  • Advocate for the mission of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

New Opportunities

The need for volunteers for a variety of activities at the refuge is greater than ever.. Please go to the GET INVOLVED page for your chance to volunteer this year.

Getting Here . . .

Located in central Wisconsin, Necedah National Wildlife Refuge is 180 miles southeast of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and 150 miles northwest
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The refuge lies north of Highway 21 and west of Highway 80, with all but a few acres in Juneau County.

To reach the main entrance and office complex, travel 15 miles east on Highway 21 from Interstate 94 at Tomah, Wisconsin; or about three
miles west on Highway 21 from Necedah, Wisconsin. Turn north onto Headquarters Road and travel about two miles to the headquarters.

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Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
N11385 Headquarters Rd., Necedah WI 54646
Phone: 608-565-4467
Email: contact@friendsofnnwr.org