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Devils Lake
Wetland Management District


A small flock of redhead ducks takes flight from a wetland.  The male redheads have a crimson-colored head and a bluish-gray beak with a black tip. The females are brown.
221 2nd Street West
P.O. Box 908
Devils Lake, ND   58301
E-mail: devilslake@fws.gov
Phone Number: 701-662-8611
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://devilslake.fws.gov
The Devils Lake Wetland Management District protects the last remaining undrained wetland complexes in northeastern North Dakota.
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Environmental Education
Environmental education programs or tours are available for school groups, teachers, universities, and professional or civic groups by reservation only. Please contact the District staff for more information.

Fishing
Please contact the Refuge staff for fishing regulations.

Hunting
WPAs are numerous and widespread throughout the Devils Lake WMD, providing tremendous opportunities for public recreation. WPAs are open to public hunting and trapping in accordance with state seasons and applicable state and Federal laws.

Interpretation
Interpretive programs or tours are available for school groups, teachers, universities, and professional or civic groups by reservation only. Please contact the District staff for more information.

Wildlife Observation
WPAs provide many opportunities for year-round outdoor enjoyment. Many WPAs are located adjacent to state or Federal highways and are easily accessible. WPAs offer excellent opportunities for wildlife observation and photography, especially during peak spring and fall migration periods. While motorized vehicle traffic on WPAs is prohibited, foot travel is permitted.




Hours
The Devils Lake WMD office is open from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. WPAs are open 24 hours daily, but camping is prohibited.

Entrance Fees
No entrance fees charged for access to WPAs.

Use Fees
The Wetland Management District does not charge user fees (i.e., hunt fees, camping fees, boat launch, meeting rooms rental fees, auto tour fees, guided tour fees, etc.).
 
 
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