Stoney Slough National Wildlife Refuge

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Stoney Slough National Wildlife Refuge

North Dakota

(701) 845-3466

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Overview

Stoney Slough is an 880 acre refuge, bordering 1120 acres of Waterfowl Production Area. Portions of the refuge contains permanent and temporary pools of wetlands. The refuge is a popular stop over for snow geese and white-fronted geese during fall migration. Portions of this refuge are owned in fee title by the Service and portions are in private ownership. The privately owned land is part of the easement refuge area. The private land is controlled by the landowners. The Service has the rights to close the private lands to hunting, fishing and trapping. The lands the Service owns in fee title are composed of a mix of native prairie and reseeded native and tame grasses. Stoney Slough Refuge is located approximately 13 miles south and 4 miles west of Valley City and can be reached via Highway 1 South. Potential wildlife observation and photography opportunities are available from roads adjacent to and through the Refuge.

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Latitude, Longitude: 46.724094, -98.122501

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Stoney Slough Refuge is located approximately 13 miles south and 4 miles west of Valley City and can be reached via Highway 1 South.

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(701) 845-3466

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