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Description: Despite many decades of grazing, farming, and occasional logging, the WMA continues to support significant wildlife resources. These include big game, upland game, waterfowl, furbearers and nongame species. The gray wolf and Kootenai River white sturgeon are listed as endangered species and occur on the WMA or in close proximity. The bald eagle, grizzly bear, bull trout and Canada lynx are listed as threatened species and occur on the WMA or in close proximity. Wildlife viewing: moose year round, elk in early spring to late fall, and waterfowl during spring migrations.

Location: Access to the WMA is primarily from US Highway 95 traveling north from Bonners Ferry. At the junction of US 95 and state highway 1 turn onto highway 1 and proceed north to Copeland. A paved county road crosses the river at Copeland and intersects with Westside Road. Go north on Westside Road until it turns into a gravel road at the intersection of Boundary Creek Road and Smith Creek Road. Continue north on Boundary Creek Road until you meet the county road constructed on top of the southern dike of Boundary Creek. The dike road runs approximately three miles due east ending at the Kootenai River and is the main access road for the property.

Address: Idaho Dept of Fish & Game
Panhandle Regional Office
2885 W. Kathleen Ave.
Coeur d'Alene, ID  83815
Phone: (208) 769-1414

Season: all year

Fee: no

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