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Flint Hills
National Wildlife Refuge


Canada geese are predominantly brown, but they have a black head, neck, bill, and legs.  They also have a large white cheek patch.
530 W. Maple Ave.
Hartford, KS   66854
E-mail: flinthills@fws.gov
Phone Number: 620-392-5553
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/flint_hills/
Resident and migratory flocks of Canada geese are commonly seen on Refuge wetlands and crop lands.
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  History
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The valley was also important for the people living in the region. Approximately 180 inventoried archaeological sites have been found on the Refuge; these sites date from 12,000 B.C. to the earliest days of Euro-American settlement. The Refuge's Williamson Site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

 
 
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