Condor and other wildlife movements extend beyond refuge boundaries and exemplify the Service’s contribution to a much larger conservation initiative as we partner with public and private landowners. Alongside these charismatic animals, so, too, can lesser known and rare wildlife and plant species thrive within this intact and functioning ecosystem. Also protected on the refuge are Native American cultural resources and remnants of 19th century homesteads.
Although the Refuge is closed to the public, large portions of Bitter Creek NWR can be seen from Hudson Ranch Road, which bisects the Refuge.
Information on guided tours and volunteer opportunities can be found at friendsofcondors.org
Location and Contact Information
For information on guided tours please go to friendsofcondors.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.