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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. - - This video lets you experience the sights and sounds of this wonderful refuge, your refuge, Muscatatuck – where wildlife comes naturally. - The refuge is a great place to see many animals in their natural environment. The birds and animals present vary with the time of the year; while spring and fall are good times to observe migrating ducks and geese, summer is the time to see young wood ducks and Canada geese that have hatched on the refuge. Winter is a good time to observe year-round residents of the refuge plus winter visitors that sometimes include tundra swans, northern harriers, goldeneye ducks, and short eared owls. The very best times to see wildlife on the refuge are just after sunrise and just before sunset. - Wildlife observers are always welcome on Muscatatuck and can often find animals by driving some of the nine miles of gravel roads, walking the hiking trails, or exploring around the large refuge lakes. - The Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, located three miles east of Seymour, IN (entrance on U.S. Route 50), is a 7,724 acre area for wildlife by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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