“come see the animals”
Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) was established in 1932 and is located in the southern part of Albany County, Wyoming. The Refuge consists of 1,116 acres on three separate parcels of land interspersed with private and state land. Bamforth Lake, located a the bottom of a basin, is mostly state owned with approximately 100 acres of the total 550-acre lake bottom acres under Refuge control. The remainder of the Refuge is dominated by a greasewood and grassland upland and alkali flats. The Refuge is not staffed and is a satellite of Arapaho NWR.
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