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Wildlife viewers are asked to respect all closures in and around the Refuge this winter season while enjoying the abundance of area wildlife.
The National Elk Refuge is pleased to announce the 2016 / 2017 visitor center winter program schedule.
Hunters who have not yet filled their 2016 Wyoming elk license still have an opportunity to hunt elk on the National Elk Refuge (Hunt Area 77). Three additional hunt periods remain through the end of the season, which is scheduled to conclude on December 16.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released a final Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment that will guide management of the Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for the next 15 years.
Federal land managers within the Greater Yellowstone Area invite the public to join them in a conversation to help assess ecosystem issues and to build stronger relationships in the future.
Fifty-two new nesting boxes are the result of a community partnership dedicated to wildlife conservation and an ambitious Eagle Scout candidate with a love for birds.
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Elk aren't the only species of wildlife you may see on the National Elk Refuge.