Habitat Enhancement on Western Dakota Focal Landscape

North Dakota Outdoor Heritage Fund, Medora Grasslands Association, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Mule Deer Foundation collectively contributed nearly $500,000 for a wildlife habitat enhancement project in the NWTF’s Little Missouri, Western Dakota Focal Landscape.

This project mechanically removes encroaching Rocky Mountain juniper across the Little Missouri National Grassland with five treatments on nearly 1,000 acres, providing nesting, foraging and brood rearing areas for Merriam’s wild turkeys, elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer and various nongame species

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