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Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge

Rural Route 1, Box 25, Odessa, MN 56276
+1 800-877-8339
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Come And See If You Can Find The Ball & Prickly Pear Cactus!

My wife and I traveled here this September and thoroughly enjoyed the beauty and the wildlife of... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
BluegooseTraveler
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New York Mills, MN, United States
We drove a long way for nothing much...

If you come here in the winter make sure you dress for the weather and have some cross country skis... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2015
Justin B
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Saint Louis Park, Minnesota
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5 days ago
“Come And See If You Can Find The Ball & Prickly Pear Cactus!”
16 Feb 2015
“We drove a long way for nothing much...”
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Rural Route 1, Box 25, Odessa, MN 56276
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Reviewed 5 days ago

My wife and I traveled here this September and thoroughly enjoyed the beauty and the wildlife of the refuge. This NWR is located in far western Minnesota near the small town of Odessa. It was established to provide habitat for migratory birds, fish and wildlife...More

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Reviewed 17 February 2015

If you come here in the winter make sure you dress for the weather and have some cross country skis or at least some snow shoes because this area isn't built for much else. We drove out here to take our pictures next to the...More

Thank Justin B
Reviewed 8 May 2013 via mobile

Great birding refuge for grassland birds, waterfowl, water birds, and under certain water conditions many species of shorebirds in July, August, and September. Not many mammals to see other than deer and raccoons but the rocky landscape, views of the Prairie Coteau to the west...More

Thank wildchough
Reviewed 14 March 2013

Take a drive through to view colorful leaves, huge boulders in the middle of nowhere and you may also quite possibly see wildlife.

Thank lowes2435girl
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