U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Division of Refuge Planning
Mountain-Prairie Region

The National Wildlife Refuge System in North Dakota includes national wildlife refuges and wetland management districts, which show on separate maps below. We develop comprehensive conservation plans for all of these areas.

Comprehensive conservation plans (CCPs) for refuges

The below map shows the name and location of each national wildlife refuge (NWR) in North Dakota. Select the name of a refuge with either a completed plan or plan in progress to go to its plan page, where you can find the plan or information about the planning process. A refuge with a plan not yet started has no plan page.

Map of North Dakota that shows the locations of its 63 national wildlife refuges. Appert Lake National Wildlife Refuge Ardoch National Wildlife Refuge Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Audubon National Wildlife Refuge Bone Hill National Wildlife Refuge Brumba National Wildlife Refuge Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge Camp Lake National Wildlife Refuge Canfield Lake National Wildlife Refuge Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge Cottonwood Lake National Wildlife Refuge Dakota Lake National Wildlife Refuge Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge Florence Lake National Wildlife Refuge Half-Way Lake National Wildlife Refuge Hiddenwood National Wildlife Refuge Hobart Lake National Wildlife Refuge Hutchinson Lake National Wildlife Refuge J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge Johnson Lake National Wildlife Refuge Kellys Slough National Wildlife Refuge Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge Lake George National Wildlife Refuge Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge Lake Nettie National Wildlife Refuge Lake Otis National Wildlife Refuge Lake Patricia National Wildlife Refuge Lake Zahl National Wildlife Refuge Lambs Lake National Wildlife Refuge Little Goose National Wildlife Refuge Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge Lords Lake National Wildlife Refuge Lost Lake National Wildlife Refuge Maple River National Wildlife Refuge Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge McLean National Wildlife Refuge Pleasant Lake National Wildlife Refuge Pretty Rock National Wildlife Refuge Rabb Lake National Wildlife Refuge Rock Lake National Wildlife Refuge Rose Lake National Wildlife Refuge School Section Lake National Wildlife Refuge Shell Lake National Wildlife Refuge Sheyenne Lake National Wildlife Refuge Sibley Lake National Wildlife Refuge Silver Lake National Wildlife Refuge Slade National Wildlife Refuge Snyder Lake National Wildlife Refuge Springwater National Wildlife Refuge Stewart Lake National Wildlife Refuge Stoney Slough National Wildlife Refuge Storm Lake National Wildlife Refuge Stump Lake National Wildlife Refuge Sullys Hill National Game Preserve Sunburst Lake National Wildlife Refuge Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge Tomahawk National Wildlife Refuge Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge White Lake National Wildlife Refuge Wild Rice National Wildlife Refuge Willow Lake National Wildlife Refuge Wintering River National Wildlife Refuge Wood Lake National Wildlife Refuge

CCPs completed

CCPs in progress

CCPs not yet started

CCPs for districts

The below map shows the name and location of each wetland management district (WMD) in North Dakota. Select the name of a district with either a completed plan or plan in progress to go to its plan page, where you can find the plan or information about the planning process. A district with a plan not yet started has no plan page.

Map of North Dakota that shows the locations of its 11 Wetland Management Districts. Arrowwood Wetland Management District Audubon Wetland Management District Chase Lake Wetland Management District Crosby Wetland Management District Devils Lake Wetland Management District J. Clark Salyer Wetland Management District Kulm Wetland Management District Long Lake Wetland Management District Lostwood Wetland Management District Tewaukon Wetland Management District Valley City Wetland Management District

CCPs completed

CCPs in progress

CCPs not yet started

Land protection plans (LPPs)

Select a project name to go to its plan page, where you can find the plan or information about the planning process.

LPPs completed

LPPs in progress