AAA Editor Notes
Quivira National Wildlife Refuge is 6 mi. n. on Main St., 6 mi. e. on 70th St., following signs, then 1 mi. n. to headquarters. The refuge covers 22,135 acres that encompass the Big and Little salt marshes, a portion of Rattlesnake Creek and several other wetlands. Bald eagles, endangered whooping cranes and various other species of migratory waterfowl find refuge here. The best seasons for wildlife viewing are spring and fall. Enjoy hiking and fishing year-round.