National Wildlife Refuge
Phone Number: 970-723-8202
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|Pronghorns are the fastest mammals in North America.|
Fishing is permitted year-round, except where otherwise posted.
All four units of the Refuge are open to the hunting of ducks, geese, coots, sage grouse, mergansers, deer, pronghorn, and cottontail rabbits in accordance with dates and regulations established by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission.
An interpretive overlook can be found off State Highway 220 at the Sweetwater Arm unit. Habitat types and common wildlife found in the area are presented on the signs.
The Sweetwater Arm unit of the Refuge offers the best opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography.
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.).
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