Say's phoebe, grey bird with a brown belly, perches in sagebrush and looks right.

Over 90 species of birds are documented inside the park.

A young bobcat on a rock wall facing left and looking towards the camera.

While the park has 44 mammals documented, only six or seven are commonly seen.

A gray and black garter snake winds through a dirt and gravel area.

Fossil Butte has one non-venomous snake and one lizard.

A spotted northern leopard frog looking right resting and on wet vegetation.

Small and elusive, the park's three amphibians are rarely seen.

A fish rests in a hand, approximately half the width of the palm.

Fish are not found regularly in the park, but some can be found just outside park boundaries.

Last updated: March 12, 2024

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Kemmerer, WY 83101


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