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The National Wildlife Refuge system contains habitat types that vary from arctic tundra to southwest
desert to tropical forest. Approximately one-third of refuge system lands are wetlands.

Desert mule deer yearling in the snow - Odocoileus hemionus. Photo taken by Refuge remote camera
Desert mule deer yearling in snow - Odocoileus hemionus. Photo Credit: Refuge remote camera, USFWS
Images of animal foot prints. Courtesy of Voss Signs.
Images of animal foot prints. Courtesy of Voss Signs ©.
Collared peccary (Javelina) - Pecari tajacu.  Photo taken by Refuge remote camera
Collared peccary (Javelina) - Pecari tajacu. Photo Credit:Remote camera, USFWS
Black bear (Ursus americanus). Photo taken by Refuge remote camera
Black bear - Ursus americanus. Photo Credit: Remote camera, USFWS
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Last updated: January 9, 2014
Link to National U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Website Link to National U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Refuge System Website January 9, 2014