Wildlife refuge commemorates 75th anniversary
DUNN CENTER — Built around one of western North Dakota’s first major lakes, a storied wildlife refuge is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year.
In 75 years, 227 bird, 36 mammal, six reptile, three amphibian and 11 fish species have been documented at the Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge, visitor services manager Jackie Jacobson said.
And more visitors than ever are coming to Lake Ilo, about one mile west of Dunn Center, said manager Todd Gallion.
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