Ouray National Wildlife Refuge

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Title Ouray National Wildlife Refuge
Identifier 7514T
Subject Green River; Ouray National Wildlife Rufuge
Description In 1960, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service began purchasing land for Ouray National Wildlife Refuge, using funds derived from the sale of duck stamps to hunters. The refuge inclueds 12 miles of the Green River and encompasses 11,482 acres of land. The Refuge offers food and shelter for a variety of wild birds and animals. The river is used by catfish suckers, beaver, muskrats, and waterfowl. Cottonwoods, willows and brush provide cover for rabits, raccoons, deer, bobcats, and porcupines. Raptors include bald and golden eagles, horned owls, and hawks.
Publisher Uintah County Regional History Center
Date 1964-01
Type Image/StillImage
Format image/jpeg
Language eng
Rights Management Digital Image, Copyright 2017 Uintah County Regional History Center
Archival Resolution 1200 dpi, 5407 x 3734 pixels
Low Resolution 800 x 600 pixels
Bit Depth 8
Scanning Device Epson Perfection V800
Scanning Technician Elaine Carr
Spatial Coverage Ouray (Utah)
Donor Rhoda DeVed
Source Material B & W Negative; Print
Owning Institution Uintah County Regional History Center
Metadata Cataloger Elaine Carr
ARK ark:/87278/s65x5zg4
Setname ucl_tp
Date Created 2017-03-21
Date Modified 2017-03-21
ID 1211635
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s65x5zg4