Wildflowers abound on Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, where the diverse habitat includes deep, fertile marshes, wet meadows, and forested riverbottoms. Although much of the 2,800-acre Refuge has been disturbed, many native plants still exist and can be seen from the county road or along the nature trails open to the public year round. This is only a partial list of the more than 400 species found on the Refuge. Enjoy the flowers, but please leave them for others to admire.
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Last updated: November 7, 2012