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Discover the World¹s Largest Conservation System: Visit a National Wildlife Refuge During Refuge Week, October 9-15

National Wildlife Refuges Conserve America’s Wildlife Heritage, Provide Connection to Nature National Wildlife Refuge Week, observed this year October 9-15, 2016, is a celebration of the benefits brought to people around the globe by the world’s largest network of public lands and waters dedicated to wildlife and habitat conservation. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is […] The post Discover the World¹s Largest Conservation System: Visit a National Wildlife Refuge During Refuge Week, October 9-15 appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
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