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Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge

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Area  3.237 km²
Nearest city  Wibaux
Established  May 19, 1942
Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge
Location  Wibaux County, Montana, USA
Governing body  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Management  United States Fish and Wildlife Service
Similar  Hewitt Lake National, Creedman Coulee National, Lake Mason National, Halfbreed Lake National, War Horse National Wildlife R

Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge is an 800-acre (320 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Montana, U.S. All of the acreage is an easement refuge and is on privately owned land but the landowners and U.S. Government work cooperatively to protect the resources. The refuge was set aside to preserve habitat for migratory birds that frequent Lamesteer Reservoir, and the refuge and reservoir are named after Lame Steer Creek. The refuge is unstaffed and is managed from Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

The 2007 plan for the refuge proposed to remove the refuge from the National Wildlife Refuge System and relinquish the easement to the current landowners.


Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge Wikipedia

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