Mountain Bogs National Wildlife Refuge closed to the public.

Mountain Bogs National Wildlife Refuge consists of a  conservation easement conservation easement
A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a government agency or qualified conservation organization that restricts the type and amount of development that may take place on a property in the future. Conservation easements aim to protect habitat for birds, fish…

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 on privately-owned property. To respect the wishes of the landowners, and protect sensitive habitat, the refuge is not open to the public.

Mountain Bogs National Wildlife Refuge was established to conserve one of North America’s rarest habitats – southern Appalachian Mountain bogs.

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Mountain Bogs National Wildlife Refuge consists of a conservation easement conservation easement
A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a government agency or qualified conservation organization that restricts the type and amount of development that may take place on a property in the future. Conservation easements aim to protect habitat for birds, fish…

Learn more about conservation easement
on privately-owned property. To respect the wishes of the landowners, and protect sensitive habitat, the refuge is not open to the public. As the refuge grows and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acquires full ownership of additional parcels, we will work to develop public use opportunities.

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