Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge was an early stop on our 2-week backroads trip to Yellowstone.  This migratory bird refuge is part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System.  Located in Colorado on the Green River close to the Utah border, it’s a quiet, magical place of stunning beauty.  Decades living in Colorado, and I never knew it existed.  Butch Cassidy and his outlaw band retreated to this remote location.  Wildlife of all shapes and sizes find habitat, food, and shelter here.

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4 Responses to Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

  1. Monica says:

    Hi Accidental Blogger! Yes, it is, and thanks for your visit and comment.

  2. Such a lovely place ❤️

  3. Monica says:

    Thanks, Ian – I enjoy your thoughts and comments very much. These areas are a wonderland for photographers – just click and it’s hard to miss a good shot.

  4. The Emu says:

    I envy your travels and location, you have some amazing locations that have long history, seems it is a photographers wonderland, beautiful to read others posts like yours, and enter a world that is only seen on films or documentary’s, thanks for sharing, thoroughly enjoyed your post.

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