National Wildlife Refuges in Colorado
Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge
Colorado has some beautiful national wildlife refuges. These areas are administered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service specifically for the benefit of wildlife (most often migrating birds and waterfowl). Wildlife refuges have become necessary because of the on-going destruction of natural habitat necessary for the survival of many species. Some refuges are open to the the public, some not.
For more information, you can either click on the names on the map above or use the links provided below:
National Park Service Sites - BLM Sites - National Wilderness Areas - Unique Natural Features
Outdoor Sports & Recreation - Ski & Snowboard Areas - Photo Galleries - Colorado Mountains