National Wildlife Refuge
|953 Jackson County Road #32
Walden, CO 80480 - 0457
Phone Number: 970-723-8202
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|Meandering streams, streamside willows, and meadow habitats found at Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge create excellent wildlife habitat.|
Continued . . . Bird life is abundant during the spring, summer, and fall; waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors, and Neotropical songbirds make up the bulk of the nesting species.
Mule deer, pronghorn, elk, and moose use the Refuge habitats throughout the year. Small mammals are represented by white-tailed prairie dogs, Richardson's ground squirrels, cottontail rabbits, jackrabbits, badgers, beavers, muskrats, minks, and weasels. Amphibians include leopard, wood, and striped chorus frogs, as well as tiger salamanders; reptiles are limited to the wandering garter snake.
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