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Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Complex - Pingree, North Dakota
   

Links


Federal Government

  • This link opens in a new windowU. S. Fish & Wildlife Service

    The United States Fish and Wildlife Service is an agency of the Department of the Interior. Its mission is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

  • This link opens in a new windowU.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Mountain-Prairie Region

    This U.S. Fish and Wildlife Region's nickname aptly describes the two most prominent physical features of the eight-state area. The eastern portion is comprised of the Great Plains, primarily the short-grass prairies. To the west rise the Rocky Mountains, and parts of the inter-mountain west beyond the Continental Divide.

  • This link opens in a new windowThe National Wetlands Inventory

    The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service produces information on the characteristics, extent, and status of wetlands and deepwater habitats. In addition, they provide wetland maps, status maps, interactive mapping tools, digital wetland data, digital map downloads, status and trends reports, wetland publications, and plants and hydric soils lists.

  • This link opens in a new windowNorthern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

    Information for wildlife managers, scientists, and the public on natural resource issues and biota of the North American Great Plains.

  • This link opens in a new windowU. S. Department of Interior

    The U.S. Department of the Interior, with eight bureaus, is the nation's principal conservation agency, charged with the mission "to protect and provide access to our Nation's natural and cultural heritage and honor our trust responsibilities to Indian tribes and our commitments to island communities."


State and Local Government

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota Game and Fish Department

    The North Dakota Game and Fish Department prides itself in maintaining some of the most varied hunting and fishing in the nation. From just about anywhere in the state, hunters and anglers can find a multitude of hunting and fishing choices.

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota Department of Transportation Map Sales

    Purchase county maps, hunting unit county maps, city maps, state maps and GIS CD's, county atlases, and city atlases online.

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota State Home Page

    DiscoverND.com is the primary source for official information and services provided by the state of North Dakota.


Travel

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota Department of Tourism

    North Dakota's prime source for travel information. Attractions, lodging, events & activities, outdoor recreation, maps and general ND information. Vacation in North Dakota and ride into history!

  • This link opens in a new windowBirding Drives Dakota

    Birding Drives Dakota is a unique coalition of communities working in concert with four National Wildlife Refuges and a host of other federal, state and local agencies to promote birding and conservation. They have developed a network of birding trails, or birding drives, that encourage anyone interested in watching wildlife to go out and appreciate the richness of the Prairie Potholes.


Organizations

  • This link opens in a new windowDucks Unlimited

    Ducks Unlimited, Inc. is an international non-profit wetlands, waterfowl, and wildlife conservation organization.

  • This link opens in a new windowDelta Waterfowl

    Delta Waterfowl's mission is to contribute knowledge, trained people and solutions towards the goal of a sustainable North American waterfowl population for the use and enjoyment of future generations.

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society

    The chapter is specifically concerned with approaches to effective management of North Dakota's plant and animal communities. The Chapter provides expertise in advising legislative and judicial processes surrounding the controversial management of many natural resource assets. It advocates the holistic treatment of environmental questions.

  • This link opens in a new windowAudubon Society, North Dakota Chapter

    Audubon is dedicated to protecting birds and other wildlife and the habitat that supports them. Their national network of community-based Audubon nature centers and chapters, environmental education programs, and advocacy on behalf of areas sustaining important bird populations engage millions of people of all ages and backgrounds in positive conservation experiences.

  • This link opens in a new windowThe Nature Conservancy

    An environmental organization working towards nature conservation and wildlife preservation. Our work also involves helping conservation groups, endangered species, tropical rain forest conservation and maintaining biodiversity in wildlife habitats.

  • This link opens in a new windowPheasants Forever

    Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America through habitat improvement, land management, public awareness, and education.

  • This link opens in a new windowNorth Dakota Birding Society

    The purpose of the NDBS is: 1) Promote the study of birds in North Dakota. 2) Stimulate public interest in birds. 3) Foster the preservation of birdlife and its natural habitat.

  • Chase Lake Foundation

    Friends Group of the Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge

 


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    The Adobe Acrobat Access Plug-in 4.05 enables vision impaired users to read Adobe PDF documents in Acrobat 4.0x or Acrobat Reader 4.0x. The Access plug-in supplements the standard Acrobat and Reader display of PDF documents with an alternative view that supports screen-reading applications for Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT. This view presents the textual content of a PDF file in a separate window. The window contains the text in an approximated reading order. Standard Acrobat features, such as hypertext links, notes, bookmarks, sounds, and movies, are available in the Access view.

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