Milk River


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Milk River

 (mĭlk)
A river rising in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Montana and flowing about 1,050 km (650 mi) northward to southern Alberta then east and south back to northern Montana, where it joins the Missouri River.
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Noun1.Milk River - a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri RiverMilk River - a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River
Montana, Treasure State, MT - a state in northwestern United States on the Canadian border
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It's very possible that the Milk River, a tributary of the Missouri, is the most famous among whitetail enthusiasts.
A break finally came when they diverted from their route to stop in the sheltered valley of the Milk River.
It's no wonder Erdrich's writing is so authentic; her maternal great-grandfather was part of some of the last buffalo hunts along the Milk River in Montana.
November 2012 was my third year to hunt southern Alberta with Duane Nelson's Milk River Outfitters, hunting on a couple of really big private ranches owned by the LDS church and thus part of the Deseret network of ranches that, literally, spans the continent.
THIS WASN'T MY FIRST mule deer hunt, but it was my first into the Milk River country of Alberta, Canada.
Allow Jamaica to show off its stunning natural beauty in its spectacular waterfalls such as Dunn's River Falls, healing mineral baths, such as that at Milk River, the laid-back stretches of Treasure Beach or the Green Grotto caves of Discovery Bay.
David will return to the badlands of Alberta this August to continue fieldwork along the Milk River region.
The papers largely address the lithography and physics of location and extraction, especially as applied to particular reservoirs in North America including the Marcellus, Bakken, Milk River, Barnett, and Woodford deposits.
Inspection stations have been set up near three border crossings in southern Alberta, Milk River, Cardston and Crowsnest Pass.
Standing Chief who was born on the Milk River near where Chinook, Montana is today.
The new dinosaur discovery is based on two skull 'caps' from the Milk River Formation of southern Alberta.
The area hit worst that year was along the Milk River in eastern Montana, a region famous for big whitetails.