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High water impacts refuge once again

June 16, 2013
KIM FUNDINGSLAND - Staff Writer (kfundingsland@minotdailynews.com) , Minot Daily News

UPHAM - The J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge was constructed following the early drought conditions of the "Dirty '30s." Its primary mission was to provide nesting and resting habitat for migratory waterfowl, but the refuge boasts a wide range of habitat that is home to a variety of wildlife other than waterfowl.

 
 

 

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