Northwest Minnesota watershed district taps into tourism potential
Warren, Minn. - Danny Omdahl knew nothing of buffleheads or pelican nests until the local watershed district built a series of five impoundments to manage the floodwaters that sometimes ravaged this tabletop-flat area of northwest Minnesota.
“I’d never seen a bufflehead – I never knew they existed,” Omdahl, of Warren, said of the small diver duck species.
He does now.
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