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 What was the first national wildlife refuge?

Answer The Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Florida was known in American history as the first national wildlife refuge. In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt designated the area to protect brow... Read More »
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What is the arctic national wildlife refuge?

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is 19.6 million acres in Alaska's northeast corner. It is the United States' largest refuge and is almost the size of the state of South Carolina.HistoryP... Read More »
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What is the importance of the National Wildlife Refuge System?

Pelican Island was designated a wildlife refuge on March l4, l903, by President Theodore Roosevelt. It would become the first unit of the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS).MissionThe NWRS prov... Read More »
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What kind of land is Necedah National Wildlife Refuge on?

The 44,000 acre Necedah National Wildlife Refuge consists of pine, oak and aspen forests; grasslands and savannas; and sedge meadows. This central Wisconsin landscape harbors wolves, badgers, trump... Read More »
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In what state is the Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge located?

The Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge is in the southeastern part of Mississippi. The refuge is about three miles north of Gautier, which is 16 miles east of Biloxi. The refuge's ... Read More »
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