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Valley City Wetland Management District - North Dakota

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A wide variety of hunting opportunities exist on WPAs. Several duck and goose species, as well as large numbers of Tundra swans utilize these lands during the fall migration. Upland game species found on many WPAs include the sharp-tailed grouse, gray (Hungarian) partridge, ring-necked pheasant, and mourning dove. The sprawling grasslands and dense shelterbelts found on many WPAs also provide secure cover for white-tailed deer, rabbits, and predators, such as fox and coyote. In addition to game species, numerous other wildlife, including songbirds, raptors, shorebirds, small mammals, and amphibians abound on these lands and can be readily observed.

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Students learning about prescribed fire

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