What is a game preserve?
Game Preserve is a park or refuge set aside for the protection of all forms of wild life. In the United States the principal national game preserves administered by the U.S. Fish and Wild life Service include the following: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Okla.; National Bison Range, Mont.; Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge, Neb.; National Elk Refuge, Wyo.; Sullys Hill National Game Preserve, N.D.; Cabeza Prieta Game Range, Ariz.; Kofa Game Range, Ariz.; Sheldon National Antelope Refuge, Nev.; San Andres National Wildlife Refuge, N. Mex.; Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, Ore.; Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge, Wash.; Fort Peck Game Range, Mont.; Desert Game Range, Nev.; as well as more than 250 national wild life refuges established for affording protection to important breeding colonies of water birds, or to furnish refuges for migratory waterfowl for breeding, on their northern or southern flights, or during winter, and a few refuges for migratory birds other than waterfowl and miscellaneous forms of wild life including aquatic mammals, and birds, and fishes. The National Parks and other areas of the National Park System, such as National Monuments, National Historical Parks, etc., are all wild life sanctuaries.