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Medicine Bow National Forest Four inch tall owl © Martin Windell
Medicine Bow National Forest Four inch tall owl © Martin Windell
Grand Teton National Park Fall Colors © Dewese Milstead
Georgeous fall colors.
Yellowstone National Park Mt Washington © Joe Harris
The sign at the summit of Mt Washburn which, at an elevation of 10,243 feet, is the highest point in Yellowstone National Park
Grand Teton National Park Schwabacher Landing © Ed Heaton
One of the most photgraphic parks youll ever visit...
Yellowstone National Park Good Morning © Joe Harris
Grizzly bear in Yellowstone park
Grand Teton National Park Grand Teton © Ed Heaton
Very cold but very beautiful in the winter...
Teton National Forest © Thomas Reiman
Yellowstone National Park Grand Prismatic Spring © John Cartlidge
Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone NP
Western Meadow Lark © stateparks.com
Western Meadow Lark
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Wyoming's Southeast Region Parks

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National Forest
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National Wildlife Refuges
Parks in this region are near these Wyoming Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
CHEYENNE
LARAMIE
Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge
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 ........more >
Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge NWR was established in 1932 primarily as a resting and breeding ground for migratory birds and to provide a haven for resident wildlife. The Refuge is located in the southern part of the Laramie Plains, a montane, park-like geographic area surrounded by mountains ........more >
Medicine Bow National Forest
The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests extend from north central Colorado to central Wyoming. The Forests encompass portions of many mountain ranges including the Gore Range, Flat Tops, Parks Range, Medicine Bow Mountains, Sierra Madre, and Laramie Range. The Forests provide year-round recreation opportunities ........more >
Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge
Pathfinder National Wildlife Refuge NWR was established in 1928 by Executive Order 4860 which reserved public lands on Pathfinder Reservoir as a refuge and breeding ground for native birds. The Refuge overlays portions of the Bureau of Reclamations Pathfinder Reservoir. The Refuge consists of four small ........more >
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