Ouray National Wildlife Refuge lies along the Green River in the Uinta Basin of northeastern Utah. The Refuge provides diverse habitat types supporting over 350 fish and wildlife species and offers numerous wildlife-dependent recreational opportunities.
Turkeys strutting at Ouray NWR
2021 Hunting and Fishing Update

Hunting and fishing opportunities were expanded on nine national wildlife refuges across the country in 2021. Please review our current Hunting and Fishing Brochure for information and regulations associated with these activities.

Location and Contact Information

      Collecting shed antlers is prohibited within the Refuge.
      Shed antler hunting is not allowed

      Please Be Aware! Shed antler hunting is not allowed on the Refuge. Collection of animal parts, plants, historic artifacts, fossils, minerals, etc. is illegal. If you find anything, please leave it for other visitors to see. For more information call our office at 435-545-2522 or email us at ouray@fws.gov.