San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge

Situated at 3,720 to 3,920 feet elevation in the bottom of a wide valley, the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge is home to more than 270 species of birds and raptors and about one-quarter of the fish species native to Arizona. Venture within to catch glimpses of the great blue heron, the ringneck duck, Costa's hummingbird, yellow warbler, blue grosbeak, sharp-shinned hawk or peregrine falcon. The refuge is open to birdwatching, photography and hiking, as well as dove, quail and cottontail rabbit hunting in season.

  • Location
  • 7628 N Hwy 191, West San Gabriel Road
  • Douglas, Arizona 85607
  • HoursOpen weekdays during daylight hours

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