Litter can be much more than an eyesore.
Wildlife often mistake trash for food and can become sick, poisoned, or choke while eating it. Animals can also become entangled or injured by garbage left behind.
Discarded food is also dangerous. Eating it can cause illness and disease, and wildlife accustomed to human food can become pests and lose their ability to find natural food on their own.
Please keep our refuge clean and our wildlife safe - pack out all garbage and food waste.
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Depending on the year, there are 600 to 800 bighorns on the refuge - yet they can be hard to find!