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DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge – Before the Flood of 2011

The Missouri River floodwaters have broken through levees South of the Blair Bridge, and have flooded DeSoto Bend.   The area East of Blair is well known for it’s annual migration of snow geese and the bald eagles that follow, the Bertrand Steamboat Exhibit, fishing and wildlife areas.  It’s uncertain how the area will be affected after the water recedes.  The images below were captured in 2003.

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DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge Photographs Before the Flood of 2011

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