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Leslie Canyon
National Wildlife Refuge


Leslie Canyon NWR protects several threatened and endangered species and a unique walnut-ash cottonwood riparian gallery forest. (USFWS photo by William R. Radke)
P.O.Box 3509
Douglas, AZ   85608
E-mail: Chris_Lohrengel@fws.gov
Phone Number: 520-364-2104
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/leslie_canyon/
Leslie Canyon NWR protects several threatened and endangered species and a unique walnut-ash cottonwood riparian gallery forest. (USFWS photo by William R. Radke)
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  Wildlife and Habitat

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San Bernardino and Leslie Canyon NWRs support many mammals, including mule deer, whitetail deer, javelina, mountain lion, raccoon, coyote, bobcat, gray fox, antelope ground squirrel, badger, jackrabbit, cottontail rabbit, kangaroo rat, and coatimundi.

Reptiles observed on the refuge include Sonoroan whipsnake, western diamondback rattlesnake, black-tailed rattlesnake, Chiricahua leopard frog, Gila monster, Madrean alligator lizard, checkered and Mexican garter snakes, horned toad, desert kingsnake, and ringneck snake.

 
 
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