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The Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge is situated in a desert about 20 miles from Socorro that has about 229,700 acres and a total of 65 species for mammals and 217 species for the birds. It is not open to the general public for recreational purposes but a few special tours can surely be arranged. Sevilleta is a research area with some dove and waterfowl hunting made available. It also has some special tours that are included in the official list of environmental and educational programs.

This refuge tells a vast history and is open for the help of numerous volunteers to assist with the various services and research studies of the organization. If you want to be more than just a visitor, then you can contact them to express more of your care for the wildlife.
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