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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National . Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located on the heavily glaciated rolling plains of northeastern Montana, between the Missouri River and the Canadian border. The refuge was established in to provide important breeding and stopover habitat for a diverse array of migratory birds. The Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge is located within an hour's drive where many types of migratory waterfowl can be viewed Medicine Lake Campground Maps Maps below give reference to campsite locations and numbers in each campground. The Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge provides an opportunity to view a variety of waterfowl and other birds on the lake and in dryland habitats. There are a number of different locations for viewing and several drives that are open at various times during the year TripAdvisor reviews.
Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge: Good pheasant hunting - See 10 traveler reviews, 6 candid photos, and great deals for Medicine Lake, MT, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. Expansions of refuge opportunities include additional sport fishing areas at Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio, coot, crane and tundra swan hunting at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Montana, and the extension of existing hunting season dates for migratory game birds. Expansions of refuge opportunities include at Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama and Mississippi, the expansion of season dates for existing migratory game bird hunting to align with state seasons, the opening of coot, crane and tundra swan hunting on acres already open to other hunting at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge in. Many reservoirs and waterfowl refuges provide decent hunting, though they draw crowds on opening weekend. Freezout Lake, Canyon Ferry Reservoir, and Bowdoin, Medicine Lake, and Benton Lake national wildlife refuges are among the better known.
for Expansion of Waterfowl Hunting Opportunities at. Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Date: J The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has prepared this Environmental Assessment (EA). In it the Service evaluates the effects associated with the proposed action and complies with the. Examples of expanded refuge opportunities include: expanding hunting seasons for migratory game birds at Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama and Mississippi to align with state seasons; and opening coot, crane and tundra swan hunting on acres already open to other hunting at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Montana. Hunting. Hunting is allowed on designated areas of Medicine Lake NWR and on all Waterfowl Production Areas (WPAs). The most common game species hunted are ducks, geese, ring-necked pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, and white-tailed deer. The hunting of swans and sandhill cranes is prohibited on Medicine Lake NWR. Under the National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act of , the Service permits hunting and fishing along with four other types of wildlife-dependent recreation, including wildlife.