Slade National Wildlife Refuge

Slade National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Long Lake NWR
12000 353rd St SE
Moffit, ND 58560

Phone:701-387-4397
Fax:701-387-4767
Web: www.fws.gov/longlake/slade.htm
Established: 1940.
Location:Kidder County, in south-central North Dakota.
Activities:Hunting.
Special Features:Refuge contains five semi-permanent lakes and marshes, plus 15 pothole areas, totalling over 900 acres.
Habitats: 3,000 acres of gently rolling prairie dotted by numerous lakes and marshes with 975 acres of wetland.
Access: Open year round.
Wild life: Canada geese, snow geese, ring-necked pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, gray partridge, coyotes, and red fox.

See other parks in North Dakota.