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Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

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Tom Reed and Bob Danley announce the marmot shadow result. (Fullerton Photo)
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Early Spring Predicted by Bitterroot Bill on Groundhog Day

Bitterroot Bill, the valley's groundhog day prognosticator, did not see his shadow Monday.

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At the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge, Bob Danley is searching for Bitteroot Bill. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot Valley Prepares for Groundhog Day

The yearly search for Bitterroot Bill at the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge will be part of Groundhog Day February 2.

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Bob Danley at work on the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge. (Fullerton Photo)
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Why Do Winter Bird Counts? Lots of Reasons [AUDIO]

The local Christmas Bird Counts finished up last weekend with the Stevensville bird count, one of the oldest such counts in the state of Montana.

The reasons for doing the bird counts are numerous, and Bob Danley of the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge and I talked about some of them in our weekly radio report on KLYQ 1240 AM Monday morning (at 8:05 a

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Geese, Geese, Duck at Metcalf pond. (Fullerton Photo)
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Geese and Ducks Enjoy the Metcalf Ponds [YouTube]

The ducks are a little more active in this "Wait a Minute" scene from the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge near Stevensville. The geese apparently are used to the over-active ducks and just float on by

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Swans at the refuge. (Fullerton File Photo)
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Metcalf Wildlife Refuge Welcomes Swans

Two types of swans have been swimming in the ponds at the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge this past week.

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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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