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Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge

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The nearly 3,000 acres of Kootenai Wildlife Refuge are home to a variety of wildlife species, including bear, deer, and coyotes, as well as large colonies of migratory birds such as Tundra swans. Excellent birdwatching and photographic opportunities are available.

The refuge is located five miles west of Bonners Ferry along the Kootenai River.

Location: HC 60 Box 283, Bonners Ferry Idaho 83805 Telephone 208-267-3888 Fax 208-267-5570

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Libby) Dave Blackburn's Kootenai Angler
(100 Mile House) Eureka Peak Lodge & Outfitters
(Bonners Ferry) Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge
(Troy) Koutenai River Outfitters
(Nordman) Priest Lake Charters

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