About the Complex
The National Bison Range Complex consists four National Wildlife Refuges and a Wetland Management District. The different units are scattered throughout the Flathead, Mission and Pleasant Valleys and include open water and open grasslands, cliff tops and tree tops, pine groves and aspen groves. Together these areas contain hundreds of species of grasses, wildflowers, shrubs and trees. These diverse habitats in turn support myriads of wildlife from meadow voles to mountain lions. We hope you get a chance to visit many of these wonderful places.