Andrée Clark Bird Refuge is a scenic 42-acre park where over 200 species of birds have been observed. It features a 29-acre lake that is a modified estuary, supporting brackish wetlands and three islands in the lakes. Boating, feeding wildlife, and fishing are prohibited, but the park provides ample opportunities for recreation including nature walks and birdwatching. A bike path runs along the eastern and southern sides of the Bird Refuge, extending along the ocean, to the harbor, and ending at Shoreline Park. The Bird Refuge is just across the street from the eastern end of East Beach Park.
Notable wildlife at the Bird Refuge includes tidewater goby, southwest pond turtle, and several birds protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.