National Wildlife Refuge
|Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
|Canvasback duck on a wetland.|
Refuge staff have worked with Laramie, Wyoming schools, youth groups, and the local Audubon chapter to promote environmental education with such projects as outdoor classrooms and nesting box construction and maintenance.
Several roads traversing the Refuge provide access to all five lakes. Spring waterfowl flights can be spectacular with large concentrations of migrating waterfowl, especially redhead and canvasback ducks. Shorebirds and raptors also frequent the Refuge. Several prairie dog towns along the roads offer a close-up view of white-tailed prairie dogs.
The Refuge is open from dawn to dusk.
The Refuge does not charge an entrance fee.
The Refuge does not charge user fees (i.e., hunt fees, camping fees, boat launch, meeting rooms rental fees, auto tour fees, guided tour fees, etc.).
|- Refuge Profile Page - |