Pixley National Wildlife Refuge Updated:04/2022

Visitors to the Pixley National Wildlife Refuge may be surprised to see that it is home to small, seasonal marsh wetlands. What they may not know is that it has some of the last, significant acres of Southern San Joaquin Valley grassland habitat. This habitat type provides nesting, foraging, and cover for a variety of species including the threatened Tipton kangaroo rat, the blunt-nosed leopard lizard, and the endangered San Joaquin kit fox. During the winter months, it is the best place in the Southern San Joaquin Valley to view sandhill cranes.

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Contact Pixley National Wildlife Refuge

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
10811 Corcoran Road
Delano, CA  93216-0670
Phone: 661-725-2767

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