Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge


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Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Address:32 Refuge Headquarters
Indiahoma, OK 73552

Phone:580-429-3222
Web: www.fws.gov/southwest/refuges/wichitamountains
Established: 1901.
Location:20 miles northwest of Lawton, Oklahoma, in Comanche County.
Facilities:Campground, primitive campsites, youth camp, visitor center, trails, picnic areas.
Activities:Camping, fishing, hiking, rock climbing.
Special Features:More than 50 mammal species, 240 bird species, 64 reptile and amphibian species, 36 fish species, and 806 plant species thrive at this refuge.
Habitats: 59,020 acres of prairie grasslands, rocky outcrops, and oak forest.
Access: Year round.
Wild life: American bison, Rocky Mountain elk, white-tailed deer, and Texas longhorn cattle.

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