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Lake Alice
National Wildlife Refuge


A wetland on Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge is found among an ocean of grasses with cattails lining the shore.  A tree windbreak can be seen in the distance.
221 2nd Street West
Devils Lake, ND   58301
E-mail: devilslake@fws.gov
Phone Number: 701-662-8611
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/lake_alice/
More than 200 species of grassland- and wetland-dependent birds use the mosaic of habitats in and around the refuge.
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  Wildlife and Habitat

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Long recognized as a major waterfowl concentration point during spring and fall migrations, Lake Alice NWR also supports significant numbers of nesting waterfowl. Hundreds of thousands of snow geese, Canada geese, and a variety of duck species use the lake and surrounding lands each year.

The Refuge also supports large numbers of wading and marsh birds. Many colonial nesting water birds, including terns, grebes, gulls, egrets, and herons, breed at Lake Alice NWR. Lake Alice NWR also hosts the second largest Franklin's gull colony in the world.

 
 
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