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Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge, Utah

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Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge is a wetland oasis in the Great Basin Desert of western Utah, U
 
February 26 · Issue #534 · View online
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Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge is a wetland oasis in the Great Basin Desert of western Utah, USA. Covering nearly 18,000 acres (7,284 hectares), it is home to a variety of fish, migratory birds, deer, coyotes, pronghorn, cougars and other native species. Fish at the refuge are left over from the ancient Lake Bonneville, which receded 14,000 years ago.
39°51'29.0"N, 113°22'01.0"W

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