The Pixley National Wildlife Refuge consists of seasonal marsh wetlands as well as encompasses some of the last most significant areas of the Southern San Joaquin Valley Grassland habitat. This kind of habitat offers foraging, nesting and cover for a wide variety of species including the blunt-nosed leopard lizard, the threatened Tipton kangaroo rat and the San Joaquin kit fox which is endangered. During the months of winter, the refuge is the ideal place to visit in the entire Southern San Joaquin Valley in order to view the Sandhill cranes. If you would like to admire the wondrous beauty of nature and get to see a lot of endangered species, a visit to the Pixley National Wildlife Refuge would be recommended.
How to Reach Pixley National Wildlife Refuge
- Rented Car or Taxi.
Pixley National Wildlife Refuge Reviews & Ratings
I loved this place. So nice and peaceful. I love the birds, can’t wait to visit them again in the near future
Wonderful place to go swimming and have fun with family and friends. Alot of people call it Deer Creek is where we go swimming at.
It's a nice place in a shity place lol
Outstanding to see and HEAR the Sandhill Cranes flying in. Needs to b expanded.
Beautiful natural reserve