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Description - Ozark Cavefish NWR is located twenty miles west of Springfield in Lawrence County, MO. Turnback Creek cave spring is located on this property. This spring is the outlet of an underground stream known to contain a population of endangered blind cavefish. Access to the stream is gained via Turnback cave which has openings on adjacent property owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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Contact Information:
Ozark Cavefish NWR, 24279 State Highway 51 , Puxico, MO, 63960, Phone: 573-222-3589
, gerald_clawson@fws.gov

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