Kofa National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is a large desert refuge in the hottest and driest and most scenic part of the Sonoran desert and is part of the Southwest Arizona Refuge Complex (SWAZRC). Kofa NWR is mostly Designated Wilderness was established for the protection of desert bighorn sheep, other native wildlife and their habitat. In 2011 the recovery team began reintroducing the endangered Sonoran pronghorn to Kofa NWR and surrounding areas. The SWARC also includes Imperial and Cibola NWR’s, which are located along the Lower Colorado River. The intern will have opportunities to learn first-hand about the operation of three refuges. Kofa National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is a large desert refuge in the hottest and driest and most scenic part of the Sonoran desert and is part of the Sout

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