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Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

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Visitors to Browns Park NWR should be prepared for spectacular scenery in a remote wilderness setting. To maintain the wilderness and solitude sensation, facilities and commercialism are minimized and recreation off the established roads involves non-motorized or non-mechanical means of transport. This approach provides wildlife and wildland viewing and enjoyment opportunities in an uncrowded setting. Restrictions are also minimized, and visitors are free to hike cross-country or follow any of numerous trails created by big game. All visitors are encouraged to use good wildlife viewing practices and ethics, especially when viewing species sensitive to human disturbance.

Wildlife Observation at Spitze Marsh
Visitors observing waterfowl from the Spitzie Marsh overlook.
Photo: Nat Baker

Other information that you will need or find useful is contained in other refuge brochures, available on request from the Refuge.

If you have specific questions, please contact the Refuge Office at 970.365.3613.

Last updated: March 7, 2011

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Browns Park NWR
1318 Hwy 318
Maybell, CO 81640
(970) 365-3613
brownspark@fws.gov

   

 

Browns Park NWR • 1318 Highway 318
Maybell, CO 81640 • 970.365.3613
brownspark@fws.gov

America's National Wildlife Refuges . . .
where wildlife comes naturally!