Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Range, Montana: wilderness study summary
U.S. Govt. Print. Off. - Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Range (Mont.) - 20 pages
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2,250 foot contour administered agencies area's basic responsibilities bighorn sheep Bureau of Land Bureau of Sport Canada geese Charles Consists Corps of Engineers coulees Developments include drainages Engineers ac Engineers acquired land Fisheries and Wildlife Grasses and sagebrush grazing program hunting include one stock jeep trails Land Management large native mammals Lewis and Clark Lewistown livestock grazing Miles City miles of fence miles of jeep miles of unimproved Missouri Breaks Missouri River Breaks Mule deer Musselshell National Wildlife Range National Wildlife Refuge natural forage Peck Reservoir Ponderosa pine proposed wilderness units public domain land quired land ranches remaining lands reservoir's maximum pool river bottoms roads rugged Russell National Wildlife Russell Wildlife Range sagebrush dominate Seven Blackfoot sparce species Sport Fisheries stock pond study exclosures Taylor Grazing Act timber unimproved trails waterfowl well-timbered slopes White-tailed deer Wilderness Act wilderness proposal wildlife and wildland Wildlife Refuge System withdrawn public domain