The Medicine Ranch is located just north of Three Forks, Montana and lies along the south bank of the Missouri River. The ranch varies from deep juniper canyons to a lush riparian bottom along the river corridor which spans over 1.5± miles. The river braids offer abundant wetland habitat which attracts a wealth of waterfowl and a mecca of other wildlife. The views are equally diverse and dramatic with the Bridgers to the east and the Spanish Peaks and the Tobacco Root Mountains to the south/southwest along with the Elk Horn and Big Belt Mountains to the North.
Because of all the fabulous water amenities and lack of development, wildlife thrives in this valley. For the waterfowl hunter, there is an abundance of opportunity. The Missouri River and all its side channels support local varieties of nesting waterfowl. As northern migratory birds arrive and other waters in the area begin to freeze in late fall, ducks and geese search for open water which concentrates their numbers on the larger Missouri River. White-tailed deer tend to congregate along the river bottoms during the day with mule deer, antelope and occasionally elk finding cover in the deep canyons on the upper part of the ranch.