Features: 840 acre native prairie wildlife management area, managed by Minnesota DNR.
Best Times To Visit: April through October.
Birds To Look For: Greater Prairie-Chicken; Upland Sandpiper; Marbled Godwit; Short-eared Owl; LeConte’s and Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrows.
Notes For Birding The Area: Waterproof footgear recommended. Foot traffic permitted. Prairie Chicken blinds are maintained by the DNR on prairie units in the area and booming chickens may be observed in late April/early May. Contact the Wildlife Office to make reservations.