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Resource Management

Resource Management

Iroquois National Wildlife refuge is actively managed to provide the best possible habitat for the widest variety of wildlife. Over one half of the refuge consists of wetlands, including marshes, shrub-scrub wetlands and forested wetlands. The remaining habitats are upland and include grasslands, shrublands and forests.

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Last Updated: Feb 19, 2013
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