The Ouray National Wildlife Refuge (31 miles southwest) surrounds the Green River for some 12 miles providing habitat for hundreds of species of migratory birds in spring and fall. You can see golden eagles year round and bald eagles in early winter. The preserve is managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, which maintains an information booth, observation tower and a 10 mile car tour route. The Ouray National Fish Hatchery is located on the Refuge grounds. This fish hatchery raises endangered fish native to the Colorado River (primarily the Razorback Sucker). Visits are encouraged, and tours are available. For more information, please contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 435-789-4078.
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