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Law Enforcement

elk herd 512 x 219Law enforcement officers play an important role in keeping wildlife and people safe, particularly during hunting season.

Protecting wildlife, plants, habitats, and people

 
Federal Wildlife Officers work with other Federal, State and County law enforcement personnel to make the Ouray National Wildlife Refuge a better place for wildlife, wildlife habitat, and the visitors who come to experience the Refuge.

Certain regulations are necessary for the protection of wildlife and wildlife habitat as well as the safety of visitors. The Ouray National Wildlife Refuge is subject to Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. 

For emergencies, dial 911.  
 
To report a wildfire, call the Uintah Basin Interagency Fire Center at (435) 789-7021.

For additional information, please visit the "Rules and Regulations" web page or consult information leaflets and maps available at the Ouray National Wildlife Refuge headquarters.

 

Page Photo Credits — Elk herd: USFWS photo
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2014
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