Video (2006) from America’s Wildest Places on Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge
Missisquoi, ‘The Land of the Flint’, to the Abenaki people is home to a variety of plant and animal species. The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge was founded in 1943 and is maintained by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Its main purpose is to provide a haven for migratory birds on their annual trips north and south.
This beautiful video shows features of the MNWR, as well as, photos and video clips of many of the different creatures that call the MNWR home.
The Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge is located at 29 Tabor Road (just off Route 78) in Swanton, VT, telephone = (802) 868-4781 http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Missisquoi/
Visitor Center hours:
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturdays (May 19 to October 27) 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Please note that most public use is permitted only on designated trails or along the Missisquoi River
Other Articles About Missisquoi:
- Missisquoi Bay Watershed Plan
- A Paddling Long Trail: The Northern Forest Canoe Route
- Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge Video
- Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge wildlife trail
- Hiking Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge