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Resource Management

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To help plants and wildlife, refuge staff use a variety of habitat management techniques to maintain, recover or enhance plant and wildlife values.    

Learn more about resource management on Bowdoin NWR and the Complex in our CCP.  

  • Wetland Management


    The history of wetland management on Bowdoin NWR starts with the authorization of the Milk River Project in 1903....

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  • Upland Management


    The Bowdoin NWR actively manages uplands through the use of grazing, fire, and mowing/haying....

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  • Invasive and Non-native Species Management


    The US Fish and Wildlife Service works to control invasive species through various means, these species are very hardy, spread rapidly, and easily out-compete the more vulnerable native plant species.... 

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Last Updated: Mar 27, 2014
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