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Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge is at 1611 N. Second Ave.; an entry permit must be obtained at the visitor center. Created in 1939 for the conservation and development of natural wildlife resources and to protect Sonoran Desert wildlife, the 860,000-acre refuge protects desert bighorn sheep and such endangered species as the Sonoran pronghorn, ferruginous pygmy-owl and lesser long-nosed bat. During spring and fall migration periods, visitors may see warblers, swallows, hawks, towhees and falcons.

Note: A four-wheel-drive vehicle is required on most of the refuge. Firearms are legal but shooting is not permitted. Campfires are allowed at three designated campsites: Papago Well, Tule Well and Christmas Pass Camp. At all other campsites, campers (except backpackers) must use charcoal with a ground pan or a propane cookstove.

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