- Seedskadee NWR is a narrow, 1-1.5 mile wide, riparian corridor along 36 miles of the Green river in SW Wyoming.
The riparian corridor is an important migration route, and nesting area, for a wide variety of migratory waterfowl and passerine avian fauna. The refuge provides habitat for a variety of large mammals including moose, mule deer, and prong horn antelope.
Fishery resource is managed cooperatively with the state G&F and includes a special regulations area to promote catch and release fishing for trophy trout (brown, Snake River cutthroat, and rainbow trout).
Refuge lands are rich in historical and cultural resources as the area was utilized by nomadic Indian tribes, fur trappers, early pioneers, and travelers heading for the better life of California and Oregon. Many of the old campsites, river crossings, and early structures still exist; however, the elements have reduced most to scattered ruins.
Wildlife oriented recreation includes hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, self guided auto tour route, interpretive signing, floating the river, and general wildlife viewing.