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The San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge is located on the U.S.-Mexican border in Cochise County, Arizona, 17 miles east of Douglas.

San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge

Situated at 3,720 to 3,920 feet elevation in the bottom of a wide valley, the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge is home to more than 270 species of birds and raptors and about one-quarter of the fish species native to Arizona. Venture within to catch glimpses of the great blue heron, the ringneck duck, Costa's hummingbird, yellow warbler, blue grosbeak, sharp-shinned hawk or peregrine falcon.

The refuge is open to birdwatching, photography and hiking, as well as dove, quail and cottontail rabbit hunting in season.

San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
7628 N Hwy 191
Douglas, AZ 85607

Phone: (520) 364-2104

Hours Of Operation:
Open weekdays during daylight hours

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