Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge

Description

Encompassing more than 32,000 acres on the Souris River, including Lake Darling, Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge witnesses annual migrations of about 350,000 waterfowl during spring and fall. You may see tundra swans, redheads, buffleheads, cormorants and great blue herons as well as much smaller birds like LeConte's and sharp-tailed sparrows and Sprague's pipit. You have the option of driving along a 3.5-mile auto tour or canoeing on several designated routes. The refuge is open daily from 5 AM to 10 PM. The visitors center is open from 8 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

Address

17705 212th Ave NW
Berthold, ND 58718

Lat/Long

48.35699800, -101.62039900
Visit Website
(701) 468-5467

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