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Where have black-footed ferrets been reintroduced?

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Where have black-footed ferrets been reintroduced?

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See our Reintroduction> page for a map of all reintroduction sites.

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Black-footed ferrets have been reintroduced in the Shirley Basin in central Wyoming; Badlands National Park and the adjacent Buffalo Gap National Grassland in South Dakota; the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana; and the Aubrey Valley near the town of Seligman in northwestern Arizona. Proposed release sites have been identified in an area which straddles the northwest Colorado and eastern Utah border.

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