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Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge

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Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge lies in the beautiful Souris River Valley of north-western North Dakota and extends for nearly 30 miles along the River. This 32,000-acre Refuge, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is an important unit in a series of national wildlife refuges in the great waterfowl migration corridor know as the Central Flyway. A self guided tour south of Lake Darling Dam affords views of the Souris River marshlands and prairie grasslands. Fishing, hunting, boating and picnicking are permitted. Refuge open daily 5am-10pm.

Location: Minot North Dakota Telephone 701-468-5467

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Willow City) Dakota Whitetail Outfitting
(Kenmare) Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge
(Minot) J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge
(Minot) Jordahl Animal Hospital
(Minot) Roosevelt Park and Zoo
(Minot) Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge

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