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Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

Three pelicans have been taking a break from migration. (Mike Daniels Photo)
Three pelicans have been taking a break from migration. (Mike Daniels Photo)
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Pelicans at Metcalf Refuge – Just Passing Through [AUDIO]

The weather has been changing - turning cooler and moving birds through the valley.

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A Rhionaeshna multicolor dragonfly. (Bob Danley/USFWS)
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See the Sights at Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge – On Your Computer!

Every week, Hamilton's KLYQ brings you a report from Bob Danley at Stevensville's Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge. He also takes photos and videos of the plants and animals there.

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Bob Danley checking out the latest feathered visitors at the refuge. (Fullerton Photo)
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Looking for the New Metcalf Wildlife Refuge Website?

The Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge has a new website. You don't have to look as hard as Bob in our photo, because we have the link right here to the new refuge website.

The site has an updated activities calendar, lot

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Bald eagle at Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge. (Fullerton Photo)
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Metcalf Wildlife Refuge has New Website!

The birds drop by the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge on a regular basis, and now you can, too - online!

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Eagle on an island. (Fullerton Photo)
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Metcalf Refuge Holds ‘Welcome Waterfowl” Day

It's a double celebration Saturday, March 29, at the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge.

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Bald eagle at Metcalf National Wildlife pond. (Fullerton Photo)
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Eagle at Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge

A patient bald eagle is at one of the major ponds in the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge near Stevensville.

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Bob Danley (inset) at Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge (USFWS photo)
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Naturalist Bob Danley Receives National Award

Bob Danley, Outdoor Recreation Planner at Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge in the Bitterroot Valley, has received a Beacon Award from the American Recreation Coalition.

The award, presented during Great Outdoors Week at the US Department of the Interior in Washington, D

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The geese are very close when you park at the refuge. (Fullerton Photo)
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Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge Offers Photo Class April 27

The Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge is one of the Bitterroot Valley's treasures.

Bob Danley puts together a weekly report for us at KLYQ Radio, describing the animals and plants that inhabit the refuge and its ponds

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Eagles are among the birds in Montana during the winter. (Fullerton photo)
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Christmas Bird Count is Saturday December 29 at Stevensville

The annual Stevensville Christmas Bird Count is one of the oldest in the nation and will be happening again this weekend.

Bob Danley of the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge has more information about the count

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A butterfly on Rabbitbrush, from one of Bob Danley's YouTube videos. (BobDanley/YouTube)
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Bob Danley of the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge Has Great Outdoors Info

Each week, Bob Danley of the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge, near Stevensville, talks to me on the radio about birds and other animals in the valley and at the federal refuge.

He loves to see people trying new things outdoors in this great part of Montana and you can hear that enthusiasm in his reports

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