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Bamforth
National Wildlife Refuge


Several California gulls float on the water. California gulls are primarily white with gray wings.  They have finer details of coloration distinguishing them from other gulls.

Albany County, WY   
E-mail: arapaho@fws.gov
Phone Number: 970-723-8202
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/bamforth/
Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge has a large nesting colony of California gulls.
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  Wildlife and Habitat

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A variety of migratory birds use the Refuge wetlands, including American white pelicans, California gulls, double-crested cormorants, black-crowned night herons, American avocets, and snowy egrets. Many songbirds can be observed in the greasewood/grassland areas including western meadowlarks, vesper sparrows, horned larks, brown-headed cowbirds, and Brewer's sparrows.

 
 
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