United States Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge

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Sheldon White

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This is an area of conservation for wildlife species characteristic of a high desert habitat and restoration of native ecosystems

About this spot
Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge was created in 1936 as a range for remnant herds of pronghorn antelope and now other wildlife species. Remote, austere, stark, unforgettable - all these apply to Hart Mountain. Far off the beaten track in Southern Oregon, visiting here is a reminder that there are still wild, untrampled places in the United States. This entire part of Southern Oregon doesn't get that many visitors (and I'm sure the locals are OK with that!) I've been there three times, and I'm always ready to go again if I get the chance.

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Web links

https://www.fws.gov/refuge/hart_mountain/


Contributors

Sheldon White

Spot contributor 13 images