Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge in Nebraska

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Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge in Nebraska

Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge was established to recover fish and wildlife habitat in and along the Missouri River.

Boyer Chute is once again a functioning part of the river. Close to 3,350 acres of floodplain woodland, tallgrass prairie, and wetland habitats now benefit Missouri River fishes, migratory birds, endangered species, and resident wildlife.

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Boyer Chute NWR is located on the west side of the Missouri River, 3 miles east of the town of Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, and 15 miles north of Omaha. From Omaha or Blair, follow Highway 75 to the southernmost street (Madison Street) within the Fort Calhoun city limits. Watch for the Boyer Chute NWR sign. Turn east and proceed to the stop sign at the "T" intersection. Turn right onto County Road 34 and proceed approximately 3 miles to the Refuge main gate.

Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Address: 3720 Rivers Way, Ft. Calhoun, NE 68023, Phone Number: 402-468-4313.

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