Stafford County Stafford, Kansas

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*Birdwatching

Stafford is a "home base" for many birdwatchers who visit the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge located 6 miles north and 6 miles east of Stafford. The website for the Refuge is rich in information and is well worth visiting either to prepare your trip or to simply enjoy viewing.

APPROXIMATE MIGRATION TIMES
QUIVIRA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Mississippi Kites May 1 - October 1 Nesting Species
Waterfowl February 15 - March
September 15 - January 15
Nesting, Migrants, and Over-winter
Shore Birds May - June
August - September 15
Some Nesting
Sandhill Cranes February - March
October 15 - December 15
Migrant
Whooping Cranes March - April
October 15 - November 15
Stay longer in fall migration
Bald Eagles October 15 - February 15 Depends on waterfowl migration

*Golfing

Stafford Country Club
Located between Stafford and St. John.
"There is hardly anybody there, but it is really nice.  It is peaceful and has a variety of holes." - Comments from Matthew Westhoff, St. John, KS.

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Stafford Chamber of Commerce
(620) 234-5614
130 S. Main / P. O. Box 24 / Stafford, KS 67578

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