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Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park
© Monica Jamison Photography

Hiddenwood National Wildlife Refuge
'Winder Day'
© Copyright 2014 Rob Petershack

Technically not winter 12-7-14 but this photo still qualities as a winter day. The shot is taken adjacent to Hiddenwood Lake in the late afternoon.

J Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge
'Approaching storm'
© Copyright 2014 Rob Petershack

Taken from the road along with refuge a couple of hundred yard down from the observation platform on June 24, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park
© Monica Jamison Photography

Lake Sakakawea State Park
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J Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge
'Summer Clouds 1 '
© Copyright 2014 Rob Petershack

Taken from the steps of the observation platform at the refuge on June 23, 2014

North Dakota's Central Region Parks


54
National Wildlife Refuges
1
State Historic Site
2
State Wildlife Management Areas
4
State Parks

Parks in this region are near these North Dakota Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
MINOT
BISMARCK
JAMESTOWN

Appert Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge
Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge NWR was established in 1935 as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It is an important link in a chain of refuges extending from the prairie lands of the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico. Located along the James River in east central ........more >
Audubon National Wildlife Refuge
Audubon National Wildlife Refuge NWR is located in west-central North Dakota, and is part of a landscape marked by numerous wetlands or quotpotholesquot that remained after glaciers melted more than 10,000 years ago. This landscape is commonly called the prairie pothole region and extends into Canada, ........more >
Beaver Lake State Park
Located on the west shore of Beaver Lake, the park's gently rolling prairie provides scenic views for leisurely walks. In the summer, the lake attracts visitors for boating, canoeing, water skiing and fishing. The park has a colorful and historic background relating to the early settlers of Logan, ........more >
Bone Hill Creek National Wildlife Refuge
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Boyer National Wildlife Refuge
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Brumba National Wildlife Refuge
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Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge
A valuable wintering area for migrating waterfowl, thousands of ducks and geese over-winter on Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge every year. Located in Randall County in the Texas Panhandle, the refuge is made up of 7,664 acres of shortgrass prairie, riparian, marsh, woodland and cropland habitats. ........more >
Camp Whitney State Park
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Carr National Wildlife Refuge
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Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge NWR is one of the nationaposs oldest Refuges, established in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt as a reserve and breeding ground for native birds. Located in the famous Prairie Pothole Region of the United States, the Refuge and surrounding area provides breeding ........more >
Cottonwood Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Dakota Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge
Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge NWR is a 28-mile long river valley with three natural lakes. The northern boundary of the Refuge is Saskatchewan, Canada. The Refuge was established in the 1930s quotdust bowl eraquot and original Refuge facilities were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps ........more >
Elbow Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Elickertail National Wildlife Refuge
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Florence Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Florence Lake National Wildlife Refuge NWR was established in 1939 as a Refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. Florence Lake NWR is administered by Long Lake NWR as an un-staffed satellite Refuge. The 1,888-acre Refuge holds almost 1,000 acres of virgin native mixed-grass ........more >
Half-Way Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Hiddenwood National Wildlife Refuge
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Hobart Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Hurricane Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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J Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge
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Johnson Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Johnson National Wildlife Refuge
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Juniata National Wildlife Refuge
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Lake George National Wildlife Refuge
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Lake Metigoshe State Park
Nestled in the scenic Turtle Mountains on the shores of Lake Metigoshe, Lake Metigoshe State Park was constructed by the Works Progress Administration WPA in the 1930s and is one of the most popular year-round vacation spots in North Dakota. The Chippewa called the lake Metigoshe Washegum, or clear ........more >
Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge
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Lake Susie National Wildlife Refuge
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Little Gurr Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge NWR, located near the community of Moffit in south central North Dakota, was established in 1932 as a migratory bird refuge by President Herbert Hoover. Due to a long history of avian botulism outbreaks caused by a bacterial toxin that attacks a birdaposs central ........more >
Lords Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Lost Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Maple River National Wildlife Refuge
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McIntosh County State Wildlife Management Area
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Meyer Township National Wildlife Refuge
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Moon Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Olson National Wildlife Refuge
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Ox Creek National Wildlife Refuge
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Pleasant Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Rabb Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Rice Township National Wildlife Refuge
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School Section Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Sibley Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Silver Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Slade National Wildlife Refuge
Slade National Wildlife Refuge NWR, just 3 miles off Interstate 94 near Dawson, North Dakota, is a 3,000 acre prairie refuge. Established in 1940 as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service received the property as a donation from G.T. Slade, ........more >
Snake Creek National Wildlife Refuge
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Snyder Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Springwater Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Stoney Slough National Wildlife Refuge
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Storm Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Streeter Memorial State Park
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Sunburst Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge
Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge NWR is located in southeastern North Dakota along the western edge of the northern tallgrass prairie. The Wild Rice River flows through the Refuge and then through Lake Tewaukon. Established in 1945, the 8,363-acre Refuge is located in the Prairie Pothole Region, ........more >
Tomahawk National Wildlife Refuge
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Twin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
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Volk National Wildlife Refuge
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Whitestone Hill State Historic Site
Whitestone Hill State Historic Site, located 23 miles southeast of Kulm, Dickey County, marks the scene of the fiercest clash between Indians and white soldiers in North Dakota. On September 3, 1863, General Alfred Sully's troops attacked a tipi camp of Yanktonai, some Dakota, Hunkpapa Lakota, and Blackfeet ........more >
Willow Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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Wintering River National Wildlife Refuge
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Wurgler National Wildlife Refuge
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