(Fremont County) – Sinks Canyon State Park is closing the Grade II wall vicinity on the southside of the canyon due to peregrine falcon activity in the area, according to a release issued by Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources.
This area will be closed until further notice as these birds of prey move through nesting, egg-laying, and hopefully successful fledging of chicks.
The area is physically marked with signage so that visitors are aware.
We appreciate the public’s understanding of the need for such adaptive management and we are proud of the voluntary compliance of climbers, hikers, and other park users in the past.
For more information, please contact Jamie Simonson at, [email protected] or 307.332.6333.