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Hutton Lake
National Wildlife Refuge


Canvasbacks are one of the largest diving ducks.  They have a chestnut-red head and neck, a white mid-body and wings, and a black chest and tail.

Laramie, WY   
E-mail: arapaho@fws.gov
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http://arapaho.fws.gov
Canvasback duck on a wetland.
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  History
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The Refuge has been managed as a stopover site for migratory birds, with an emphasis on waterfowl. At one time, the station was staffed, but with the creation of Arapaho NWR in the late 1960s, the staff was moved to Walden, Colorado.

 
 
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