Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge
Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) lies in the heart of the Missouri Coteau region, a dead ice moraine feature. Topography includes rolling to steep hills in mid-grass prairie, dotted with more than 4,100 wetlands and small clumps of aspens. Lostwood NWR is the largest contiguous block of native grassland managed by the National Wildlife Refuge System in the prairie pothole region. The Refuge also contains a 5,577 acre Wilderness Area established in 1975.
The Lostwood NWR headquarters is located 22 miles north of Stanley, North Dakota, along State Highway 8. Stanley is located 55 miles west of Minot on State Highway 2.www.hobogrill.org