Refuge


History

Sullys Hill National Game Preserve is a 1,674 acre National Wildlife Refuge sitting on the south shores of Devils Lake, about 10 miles south of the city of Devils Lake, North Dakota. The refuge was first established on April 27, 1904, as a national park, but was later transferred to the Department of Agriculture in 1921 and designated as a big game preserve, refuge and breeding ground for wild animals and migratory birds. The Preserve supports a unique community of habitats such as an oak, ash, basswood, and aspen woodland; and mixed-grass prairie, interspersed with some natural and created wetlands. 
Visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Sullys Hill National Game Preserve website to learn more.

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