Called TAH-KAH-O-KUTY, “the place where we kill deer” by native Indians rise above the plains north of the city. See the majestic Oak and Birch trees. Much wildlife including wild turkeys, deer, and other game birds inhabit the area. Enjoy the solitude, rare flora and fauna which adorn this area.
On the West side of…
Located less than 1 mile off Highway 200 between Killdeer and Dunn Center. The area offers fishing, picnicking and opportunities for bird and wildlife watching and photographing.
For more information:
US Fish & Wildlife Service For Refuge Information
P.O. Box 127
Dunn Center, ND 58626