The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service maintains a law enforcement presence on National Wildlife Refuge lands.
Federal law enforcement officers ensure the safety of the public and the protection of natural resources. They address illegal activities, including poaching, taking of endangered species, dumping of trash, illegal operation of all-terrain vehicles, trespassing and more. To report a violation on the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, please call 800-637-9152 day or night.For injured wildlife, please contact a qualified wildlife rehabilitation facility near you.Some Helpful Links: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Law EnforcementDigest of Federal Resource Laws
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The sidewinder uses a
sidewinding movement to travel across the hot sand with only a small part of
its body touching at one time. Sidewinders use quick motions to wiggle into the
sand and bury themselves, leaving only their nostrils and eyes visible above
the sand. One way to know it is a sidewinder is by the shape of its head -- it