What is the largest wild life reserve in Arizona?



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    Arizona’s largest wildlife reserve is Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refugee.  It covers 803,418 acres and is the 3rd largest wilderness refugee in the Continental States.  It was established in 1939 and is located in Southern Arizona.

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