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This video production contains music that has been licensed to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This license allows for the free distribution of the finished video production, in its entirety, by video tape, Compact or Digital Video disc, or internet streaming and downloading. It is intended for the private, personal use the Public. Any non-private use by the Public of this video product containing licensed music requires that a separate license be obtained. You are responsible for any license requirement resulting from your use of the music. - - Encompassing the northern two-thirds of the 32,000 acre Horicon Marsh, the Refuge provides habitat for endangered species and is a critical rest stop for large numbers of ducks and Canada geese. Horicon Marsh is a Wetland of International Importance, a Globally Important Bird Area, a unit of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve, and the largest freshwater, cattail marsh in the United States. Over 220 species of birds live at the Refuge, including the largest nesting population of redhead ducks east of the Mississippi River. The Friends of Horicon National Wildlife invite you to become involved in Refuge activities to make the marsh a better place for wildlife. - Horicon National Wildlife Refuge is ready and waiting for you to discover, explore, and enjoy the marsh.
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