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Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge

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Birds, Birds, Birds

If you are into birds, this is the place for you. Birds were everywhere! Not much for hiking... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2018
tony b
Wild flowers and a Bald Eagle highlight this park.

This starts as a nice slow drive through the natural beauty of this Minnesota park. It only takes... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
Ronald T
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26 Aug 2018
“Birds, Birds, Birds”
20 Jul 2017
“Wild flowers and a Bald Eagle highlight this park.”
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Reviewed 26 August 2018

If you are into birds, this is the place for you. Birds were everywhere! Not much for hiking. Definitely for bird viewing.

Thank tony b
Reviewed 21 July 2017

This starts as a nice slow drive through the natural beauty of this Minnesota park. It only takes moments to realize that you are in the middle of a natural garden of wild flowers and marshes full of birds. Egrets, ducks, geese and a Bald...More

Thank Ronald T
Reviewed 14 August 2016

I would recommend a drive through the auto tour route while in the area. It is a very relaxing drive, and you are likely to see many deer. There are also places to hike here, but you are kind of on your own, since there...More

2  Thank eh40591
Reviewed 18 June 2015 via mobile

The Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge is a beautiful place, but if you are planning on doing a lot of hiking, you will not find a lot of hiking pa Arthur here. My first hint should have been on the website, which did not have...More

2  Thank oakdale6884
Reviewed 25 October 2014

Self-guided auto tour through a chunk of 44,000 acre wildlife refuge. Get the binocs out, because the birding is magical.

1  Thank DavePorter090
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