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Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge Review

This 6,055-acre desert oasis contains the largest surviving cottonwood-willow woodland in the region. The refuge is a favorite byway of neotropical migratory birds such as the flashy vermilion flycatcher and the brilliant summer tanager.

Updated: 02-22-2013

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