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Audubon National Wildlife Refuge

Located in central North Dakota, Audubon NWR encompasses 14,735 acres of native prairie, planted grasslands, and wetlands. A visitor center features exhibits on prairie wetland and grassland habitat, migratory birds, night life of the Refuge, John James Audubon, and Refuge history. The refuge is a wonderful place to see and learn more about wildlife and habitat with activities that include a Prairie Nature Trail, South Shore Auto Tour, Wildlife Observation & Photography Blind, and more.

Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm

  • Visitor Center Exhibit Hall
  • South Shore Auto Tour Route (8 Miles)
  • Prairie Nature Trail (1 Mile)
  • Photography Blind
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Open for Hunting (deer, late season pheasant, grouse, & patridge)
  • Ice Fishing
  • Snowshoes & poles
  • Youth activities (guided field trips, Junior Duck Stamp Program, Lets go outside backbacks)