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San Bernardino
National Wildlife Refuge


San Bernadino NWR affords protection for over 315 bird species, 66 mammal species, and 55 reptile and amphibian species. (USFWS photo by William R. Radke)
P.O. Box 3509
Douglas, AZ   85608
E-mail: Chris_Lohrengel@fws.gov
Phone Number: 520-364-2104
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/san_bernardino/
San Bernadino NWR affords protection for over 315 bird species, 66 mammal species, and 55 reptile and amphibian species. (USFWS photo by William R. Radke)
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  Wildlife and Habitat

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The refuge supports a variety of interesting mammal species including the desert shrew, lesser long-nosed bat, banner-tailed kangaroo rat, gray fox, ringtail, coati, mountain lion, javalina, mule deer, and whitetail deer, just to name a few.

Native reptiles and amphibians such as the Chiricahua leopard frog, Sonoran mud turtle, Gila monster, collared lizard, Sonoran whipsnake, Mexican garter snake, and the Western diamondbackrattlesnake all make this refuge their home.

The refuge contain an abundance of butterflies, dragonflies, damselflies, and other invertebrates, including many unique "tropical" species, and some that have only been documented within the United States at San Bernardino NWR.

 
 
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