The Cibola National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1964 to enhance wintering grounds for waterfowl and other migratory birds. Beginning at the Refuge's Visitor Center, Goose Loop is a three-mile drive through prime habitat. The road passes a small pond, which usually has a variety of ducks. There's a short nature trail leading to a blind for taking photos. The loop becomes one-way counterclockwise at this point, passing through fields planted for waterfowl feeding. Cranes and geese are usually present in season.
Camping on the refuge is not allowed.
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