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Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Refuge
Medicine Lake, MT

Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located on the heavily glaciated rolling plains of northeastern Montana, between the Missouri River and the Canadian border. The refuge was established in 1935 to provide important breeding and stopover habitat for a diverse array of migratory birds. The ...

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Safari Yellowstone

Adventure Tour
Yellowstone National Park

Safari Yellowstone invites you to take an authentic African style wildlife and history safari into our first National Park, Yellowstone and its surrounding ecosystem with Yellowstone's Original and Premier Wildlife Safari Company. Since 1983, we have led guests on exciting wildlife safaris ...

UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Refuge
Zortman

The rare and treasured art of wildlife watching has been redefined in the UL Bend Wildlife Refuge. It is one of the remote areas in Montana where elk still occupy their native prairie year-round. Wildlife viewers may also see deer, pronghorn antelope, birds, prairie dogs, and bighorn sheep in ...

Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Refuge
Stevensville, MT

Designated in 1964, the Refuge was created to provide habitats for migratory birds. The 2,800 acres of lush riparian and wetland habitats attract a variety of wildlife. About 250 species of birds, 37 species of mammals, and 17 species of reptiles and amphibians have been documented on the ...

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Madison-Wall Creek Wildlife Management Area

Wildlife Management Area
Ennis

Madison-Wall Creek Wildlife Management Area located along the Madison River in southwest Montana. Management goal: To provide year-round habitat for wildlife, emphasizing elk winter range, and to provide a variety of public outdoor recreational opportunities. Hunting opportunities: Archery and ...

Canyon Ferry Wildlife Management Area

Wildlife Management Area
Townsend

Canyon Ferry Wildlife Management Area encompasses 5,129 acres. Management goal: To provide and improve habitat for ducks, geese and non-game species and to provide wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities. Hunting opportunities: Archery, shotgun, muzzleloader and traditional handgun for ...

Fort Peck Wildlife Station

Wildlife Refuge
Fort Peck

Fort Peck Wildlife Station is a field unit of Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge is about 1.2 million acres of Missouri River Breaks habitat extending from Fort Peck Dam upstream to above the Fred Robinson Bridge south of Malta. Stop at the Wildlife Station Office (30 Dearborn ...

Beartooth Wildlife Management Area

Wildlife Management Area
Great Falls

Beartooth Wildlife Management Area's goal is to provide wildlife habitat for a variety of species, primarily elk, and to provide recreational opportunities. Hunting opportunities: Permit-only rifle seasons for deer, elk and antelope are open to licensed hunters. Limited opportunities exist for ...