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The DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge is also a stopover place for ducks and geese that migrate around the place during the fall season. An 1860 era Bertrand was also found in the refuge site in 1968 and up to this day, it can be viewed by many of its visitors. It comes with a fee so that there are enough funds to go around for its maintenance. It is also a perfect place for hunting and fishing enthusiasts.

It holds various events like educational programs on the environment and even small wetlands programs. It accepts volunteers to work around the place and sponsorships from various environmental groups. The wildlife refuge was started in March 12, 1958 and it lies in the floodplain parts of the Missouri River.
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