Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge
Explore with wild abandon
The serenity of Browns Park is interrupted only by the occasional sagebrush serenade or canyon cantata: often, the intermittent birdsong is the only sound a visitor will hear. Solitude-seekers who tread lightly in the 12,150-acre Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge can sight some 300 native and migratory species. Pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mule deer, elk, mountain lion, black bear, moose and wild turkey are among the notable wildlife in the refuge.