Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge

Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge

7780 10th Street SE Pingree, North Dakota 58476-9511

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About this Location

Located near Pingree, North Dakota, Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge protects large areas of mixed-grass prairie habitat for waterfowl, shorebirds, sharp-tailed grouse, white-tailed deer, dozens of species of butterflies, and many other forms of wildlife. Much of the Refuge is grassland hills and prairie, but the James River transects the area, forming a series of lakes.

Visitors enjoy a variety of recreational opportunities at Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge. Wildlife observation and more specifically birding is one of the most popular activities at Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge with more than 250 species of birds recorded over time. Whether you prefer exploring on foot or by vehicle we have a birding opportunity for you. Other outdoor activities at the Refuge include nature photography, hunting and fishing. 


  • Restrooms on site

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Last updated October 9, 2023