Bone Hill National Wildlife Refuge

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Bone Hill National Wildlife Refuge

North Dakota

(701) 647-2866

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Bone Hill Creek NWR is a easement refuge located in LaMoure County, North Dakota. Land within the refuge boundaries is privately owned. An easement allows the USFWS to limit access to the area. Land use on the area is primarily farmland, hay land and pasture land. There is an occupied farm stead and several shelter belts present on the area. The refuge contains a dam on Bone Hill Creek that creates a small reservoir. A semi-permanent wetland is associated with the main reservoir by a connecting waterway. The waterway serves to feed water to the semi-permanent marsh during high water periods. Both the reservoir and wetland provide reliable brood water for waterfowl that nest in the area. This area is also important for resident species of wildlife.

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Latitude, Longitude: 46.540916, -98.875580

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(701) 647-2866