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Visitor Center National Bison Range

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The National Biron Range is a USFWS refuge in Western Montana. It encompases 19,000 acres of the Flathead Indian Reservation. One of the best wildlife viewing areas in the west. Bison, deer, bear, birds, pronghorn, coyotes, bighorn sheep can be seen at various times of the year. A summer time 19 mile drive takes you through the heart of the refuge. In the winter a 5 mile tour is open. Stop at the visitor center for more information.

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