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Charles M. Russell Nat. Wildlife Refuge

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The largest national wildlife refuge in Montana and third largest in the United States, with 1,100,000 acres. Includes a section of the Missouri River and the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through the area now included in the refuge, but their trail is submerged under the lake.

Location: Box 110, Lewistown Montana 59457 Telephone 406-538-8706 Fax 406-538-3464

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Roy) Armells Creek Outfitters
(Lewistown) Charles M. Russell Nat. Wildlife Refuge
(Roy) Sand Creek Wildlife Station
(Lewistown) UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge
(Lewistown) War Horse National Wildlife Refuge

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