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Description - Hutton Lake NWR consists of 1,968 acres located in Albany County in southeastern Wyoming. The refuge is approximately 12 miles southwest of Laramie or approximately 10 air miles north of the Wyoming/Colorado border. Situated in the sourthern part of the Laramie Plains, a montane, park-like geographic entity surrounded by mountains, the refuge is at a elevation of 7,150 feet. The five small lakes on the refuge (Hutton, Creighton, George, Rush, and Hogue) are arranged in a half-moon and were developed from natural sumps by private, and later, wildlife interests.

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Report: this is a beuatiful area .....the day i went there was a storm in the mountains to the west the xcenery was awesome .....however the signs mentioned on the map of the website dont exist ......i never found any of the lakes at all so get a map before you go


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Contact Information:
Hutton Lake NWR, P.O. Box 457 , Walden, CO, 80480, Phone: 970-723-8202
, r6rw_arp@fws.gov

Additional Information:
Southern Wyoming - This region encompasses the southern quarter of the state. It is a generally arid region apart from mountainous areas around Laramie.
Wyoming National Wildlife Refuges - There are four National Wildlife Refuges located throughout Wyoming. They include a lake and a reservoir, a 36 mile stretch of the Green River, and the well known National Elk Refuge.

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