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Lake Zahl National Wildlife Refuge

Lake Zahl National Wildlife Refuge
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Description - The refuge is mostly native prairie around two large semi-permanent marshes totaling about 1250 acres. The refuge is a reintroduction area for giant Canada geese and a hunting closure area is maintained around the refuge to protect resident geese and encourage their spread to surrounding areas.

The refuge lies at the juncture of the Missouri Coteau and the Missouri Slope physiographic regions. Water flowing out of Lake Zahl enters the Little Muddy River which flows into Lake Sakakawea, Missouri River, 28 miles south.

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Contact Information:
Lake Zahl NWR, P.O. Box 148 , Crosby, ND, 58730-0148, Phone: 701-965-6488
, r6rw_crb@fws.gov

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Lake Zahl NWR - Official agency website


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