Explore 58,700 Acres At The Largest Wildlife Refuge In North Dakota, The J. Clark Salyer NWR

Did you know that North Dakota has more wildlife refuges than any other state? With more than 60 refuges, there are tons of protected areas to discover and explore. The biggest wildlife refuge in North Dakota is the J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge, with thousands upon thousands of acres to explore. It’s perfect for a hike, picnic, or even a scenic drive. Here’s just a glimpse of everything it has to offer:

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You can learn more about the refuge and how to visit it on this website. Have you ever visited it before? If you do plan on checking out, be sure to bring a camera and share your photos with us on our North Dakota Nature Lovers group on Facebook. Check out some of the other nature parks in North Dakota here.

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