Wyoming Nature September 19, 2019
Each Fall In Wyoming, The Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge Comes Alive With Soaring Bald Eagles
When you’re looking for a fun fall day trip in Wyoming, consider a visit to the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge! If you time your trip right, you’ll be able to spot dozens of beautiful bald eagles who migrate to the refuge for their autumn hunt.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge is one of Wyoming's most underrated natural treasures, and when you visit in the fall, you'll be treated to quite a sight.
Here, more than 26,000 acres are protected from hunting, development, or privatization.
The refuge is home to thousands of animals, from the mighty and proud Bull Moose...
... to the small, clever, and crafty badger.
The lifeblood of the refuge is the Green River, which is home to river otters, waterfowl, and countless fish.
The River is what brings dozens of Bald Eagles to the refuge every fall for a fishy feast.
Eagles hunt here to fatten up for winter, and many stay in the refuge for winter nesting.
Juvenile bald eagles, like this guy, use the refuge as a safe place to practice hunting, flying, navigating, and more.
From high above the broad, winding river, eagles can spot fish, rabbits, and other prey easily.
Visit Seedskadee to see these majestic and iconic birds for yourself and watch as they soar, hunt, and make their lives in this quiet slice of Wyoming wilderness.
Keep your eye on the skies and you'll proudly spot many of these formerly endangered birds surveying their territory.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most magical places you can visit this Fall.
Address: Seedskadee Road, Green River, WY, 82935
For visiting hours and information, visit the
US Fish and Wildlife Services website here.
To see more about Wyoming’s wildlife, read
12 Photos Of Wildlife In Wyoming That Will Make Your Jaw Drop.