Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge: A National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, Volumes 354-358; Volumes 362-364
The Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge was developed primarily to preserve the species for which it is named, but it serves also as a haven for a variety of mammals, birds, and other forms of wildlife.
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