Key Point: You’re likely to find clues hidden within the Bigs Sur National Recreation Area (NSAR).
Key Point 1: The NSAR is a privately owned refuge that has some of the most diverse wildlife habitats in the world.
Key Point 2: It’s also a place where some of America’s most precious and iconic natural treasures are hidden.
The Big Sur Refuge is one of the few places in the US that you can actually hike, hike, and explore without fear of being followed by a guard dog.
The Refuge is also one of only two privately owned national parks in the country.
The National Recreation area is managed by the U.S. Forest Service.
It consists of several smaller areas of land in the state, some of which have been closed to the public due to wildfires.
There are about 30 active fire departments, each of which has a specific mission.
They’re called fire teams, and they work together to fight fires, rescue stranded residents, and even protect endangered species.
The Big Sur refuge was created in the 1940s and was first established in 1864.
In the 1950s, a major fire was burning at the time and the refuge was built to contain the fire.
But by the 1970s, the fire had grown to include the area’s largest concentration of native animals, including elk, moose, bear, and moose bison.
This allowed for a large, diverse and rich wildlife habitat.
The refuge is a place for hunters and anglers to enjoy a variety of wildlife.
The first fire on the Refuge burned in 1992, and the last major fire in 1997.
In 2013, the National Park Service (NPS) declared the Refuge closed for the foreseeable future due to the threat of wildfires.
The closure of the Refuge also coincided with a series of massive wildfires that burned through much of the state.
The fire that burned the refuge closed most of the area, leaving a vast swath of wilderness untouched.
The land was completely covered by the flames, but it was still accessible to visitors and wildlife.
Key Point 3: The National Recreation Areas are privately owned land and therefore have their own laws and regulations.
The NPS regulates the use of the refuge, but you can also go on the National Recreation Map to see how the area is currently managed.
If you’re looking for some extra tips, there are many hiking trails in the area.
One of the reasons you should stay in the Refuge is that it’s a place that’s well-suited for people with physical challenges.
People with disabilities are particularly welcome in the National Wildlife Area, and you can often see them in the refuge.
Wildlife management and visitor safety are also key to the National recreation areas.
The National Wildlife Areas are not only privately owned, they’re also managed by a nonprofit called the California National Parks System.
The California National Park System is responsible for maintaining the area and manages the Refuge and other wildlife areas.
If visitors feel unsafe in the park, they can report it to the park.