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  • Montana Junior Duck Stamp-2002 Best of Show 218x116

    Montana Junior Duck Stamp Program

    Dynamic arts, science curriculum that teaches wetlands, waterfowl conservation to K-12 students.

    Montana Junior Duck Stamp Program

  • Bitterroot River 218x116

    Bitterroot River Flooding

    The river corridor is beautiful, but also the mechanism for creating terrestrial plant, animal life.

    Bitterroot River and Riparian Forest

  • Volunteer Weed Pull 218x116

    Refuge Volunteers Doing Weed Pull

    Community gathering to learn about noxious weeds and have fun pulling them.

    Uplands

  • Refuge Montage

    Refuge Montage

    The Refuge is immersed in aesthetics and beauty of Bitterroot Valley; our Flickr site has great photos.

    Refuge Flickr Account - Photo Set

  • Entrance Drive Restoration 218x116

    Grassland Habitat Restoration

    Using agricultural methods to defeat invasive weeds and reestablish native grasses.

    Restoration

Refuge Namesake - Lee Metcalf

Senator Lee Metcalf

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The Refuge was renamed from Ravalli to Lee Metcalf NWR on August 16,1978, in honor of a public servant committed to conservation.

Lee Metcalf

About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.

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News and Happenings

Page Photo Credits — All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted.
Last Updated: Mar 21, 2015

Events

  • Bird Walk

    Birders Scanning for WaterfowlMarch 15, 2014

    Learn how to identify birds (and whatever else we encounter) using binoculars and field guides-3rd Saturday of every month

    Bird Walk
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