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We traveled through the South section the end of January which meant only about 11 miles was open. Within that trip we were able to see and photographed many of them:
A pair of golden eagles and a Martin
Prairie dogs and a coyote searching...More
This refuge is a real treasure and worth the drive to experience. We were fortunate to be there during the elk runting season. We saw hundreds of elks--with the males preening and bugling to attract the ladies. It was incredible to view the beauty of...More
We visited the Refuge driving north from Lewistown on 191. We stopped at the campground on the south side of the bridge crossing the Missouri and then crossed the river on the highway and took the 21 mile auto tour. Because it was mid day...More