Access to Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge is limited because it is made up of three separated sections of land that are surrounded by non-federal lands. The Refuge is not signed or fenced. Because of possible trespass issues, the Refuge is closed to public access, with the exception of hunters during the designated hunting season.
Refuge is closed to public access, with the exception of hunting.
Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge, located in the southern part of the Laramie Plains in Wyoming. The Refuge consists of 1,166 non-contiguous acres in three parcels and includes mixed-grass uplands and wetland habitats. The wetlands provide welcome resting and feeding areas for migrating waterfowl, especially in springtime.