There are as many as 22 recognized wildlife refuges in Montana (with a number of refuge’s that have been consolidated), that are dedicated to preserving the natural habitat of a diverse array of animals, wildlife, and plants.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages what is known as The National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS). This is a network of lands and waters that are protected for conservation purposes. Below you find a list of the refuge’s in the state, you can click the hyperlink to find out more detail about
Wildlife Refuges In Montana