June events at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
By Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
Jun 25, 2024
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Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge -- All events are sponsored by the Friends of Hagerman and occur at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center:  6465 Refuge Road, Sherman, TX 75092, unless stated otherwise.


Volunteers Needed


Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Greeters

Meet and greet people from all over the world while giving out information about the refuge and wildlife.  Hand out maps and make sales in the Nature Nook.  Come and join our team!  For more information, please email


Butterfly Garden 


Like digging in your garden?  Want to learn about native plants? Come join out Master Naturalists and Gardeners in maintaining the Butterfly Garden.  For more information on volunteering, please email for details.


Outdoor Crew 


Do you enjoy working outside, mowing, sprucing up hiking trails, trimming and removing brush and general cleanup? Join the Outdoor Crew at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.  The Outdoor Crew meets on the First Tuesday and Fourth Saturday of every month. Please email for details and to join our team. Scouts welcome!


Activities & Events:


Butterfly Garden Stroll:  June 15th and 29th from 10am to 12.  Enjoy the Butterfly Garden at Hagerman NWR with garden docents on hand to help identify the Texas native plants and visiting butterflies.  Literature on plants and butterflies will be available. Special activities for families: scavenger hunts, the Metamorphosis Puppet and more. Registration is not necessary.


The garden is free of charge and open to the public from sunrise to sunset every day of the year.


Tram Tours every Saturday and Sunday at 2:00PM

Enjoy a 60 – 90-minute tour along Wildlife Drive at the Refuge. Enjoy learning about the history of the displaced town of Hagerman while watching for wildlife.  Lots of stops for birdwatching and photography.  Reservations required  Standbys are accepted if space permits.  Free and open to the public, funded by donations. 


NOTE:  Tram tours are currently “ON HOLD” due to recent flooding and road conditions at the refuge.  Please check back on our webpage for updates.