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I am an amateur photographer so a trip to Montezuma Wildlife Refuge is like a mini retreat. Just driving slowly and enjoying the flowers as well as the many varieties of birds. i have photographed eagles, egrets, blue heron, all kinds of ducks. I have...More
This is the second trip to the Wildlife Refuge. Once last year a few weeks later than this trip and this trip in later August. Evenings had a plethora of birds but nothing like early morning. Evenings pretty much waterfowl but mornings held raptors including...More
You can hike, drive, bike, walk or just sit here to enjoy the outdoors. Sky, clouds, eagles, sunshine, birds or all kinds and even deer can be found in this refuge. Drive right through and stop at each overlook and wait to see what flies...More
A federal Wildlife Refuge that is free and easily accessible. We saw lots of birds, deer, butterflies. Quite a few waterfowl. Most the young eagles and osprey had flown their nests so didn’t see many but we still saw a few peeking out of their...More
Wonderful place to hike and view wild life eagles and all kinds of water fowl. Well maintained and beautiful landscaping. Swamp and the Seneca river are breathtaking. I highly recommend going here to calm your mind and get some exercise
Ive been to Montezuma many many times being local. The drive is always great. A variety of water birds, turtles etc. The special times of year for me are the migration seasons - mid late fall when thousands upon thousands of migratory birds go through...More
Been here several times. Great place to photograph birds, but timing is everything. Some days you don't see much of anything, other days there is an abundance of wildlife. Lots of blue heron, variety of cranes and osprey in the area. Eagles also in the...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Seneca Falls! We arrived on Friday about 9:30am and were looking at maps and brochures in the outer lobby, since the visitor center didn’t open until 10. We noticed that there was a story time...More
There is no place to launch in the swamp. On Routes 5/20 across from the swamp is a boat ramp on the Seneca River which runs along side the swamp. It connects to Cayuga Lake to the south or Clyde River to the north. They are... More
There is no place to launch in the swamp. On Routes 5/20 across from the swamp is a boat ramp on the Seneca River which runs along side the swamp. It connects to Cayuga Lake to the south or Clyde River to the north. They are all open to Kayaking.