Montana June 20, 2019
This Stunning Montana Wildlife Refuge Is The Perfect Summer Nature Escape
To love Montana is to love nature. The Last Best Place is full of majestic mountains, lush forest, and beautiful bodies of water we’re lucky to be able to enjoy. Teller Wildlife Refuge is an underrated treasure, and it happens to make the perfect summer day trip for anyone looking to get away from it all.
Teller Wildlife Refuge is located in Corvallis in the Bitterroot Valley.
The refuge consists of 1,300 acres of diverse habitats that comfortably co-exist here.
Teller is a nonprofit organization run by a small board of trustees.
The mission here is to inspire, educate, and demonstrate conservation in action. They use wildlife friendly agricultural methods, like planting food plots, and they're working to restore the wetlands and streams.
When you visit, you can learn all about the conservation efforts being made here to help ensure Montana stays naturally beautiful.
From new deer enclosures to goose resting platforms, the wildlife in the area is always kept safe.
Teller Wildlife Refuge regularly hosts workshops and events to keep the public informed, and school groups are always welcome.
One regular event, Pull Weeds for Wildlife, offers the public a chance to help remove noxious weeds from the property.
In fact, you can even get married at the refuge or spend the night.
If getting hitched surrounded by nature is your idea of a dream wedding, call the refuge at 406-961-3507 to discuss.
Teller Wildlife Refuge will be holding events all summer, but you can also visit by appointment.
And if you really want to make a difference, ask about opportunities to volunteer.
You never know what you'll see while visiting this amazing spot in nature.
From trumpeter swans to geese, beavers, and deer, a variety of critters like to call this place home, at least for awhile.
Address: 1288 Eastside Highway, Corvallis, MT, 59828
For more information on Teller Wildlife Refuge, check out
the official website. And if you’re looking for a spot in nature with some cozy (and unique) lodging, this place never disappoints.