Established in 1960, the Ouray National Wildlife Refuge consists of 11,987 acres of land along the Green River, where you can see more than 200 species of migratory birds in spring and fall, mule deer and golden eagles year-round, and bald eagles in early winter. An information kiosk at the refuge has a 12-mi auto-tour guide and a bird checklist. Best times to visit are in the early morning and early evening. To reach the refuge, go 15 mi east of Roosevelt on U.S. 40,
then 13 mi south on Route 88.
Rte. 88, Ouray, Utah, 84026, United States