Bull River

57 acres, along Highway 56, bisected by the Bull River, in Sanders County, Montana.

This property has significant wildlife habitat and ecological value for several threatened and endangered species, and it serves as a potential wildlife travel corridor between the east and west side of the Cabinet Mountains. Dominated by mountain foothills with conifer forest and extensive, rich wetland and riparian areas along the river, it provides exceptional habitat for moose, waterfowl and birds, as well as the threatened bull trout. This property includes substantial frontage on the Bull River, and the easement helps protect this critical fish and wildlife corridor and important tributary to the Clark Fork River.

Type of Protection: Purchased conservation easement using North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) funding.

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