Features: One of 215 Waterfowl Production Areas managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in surrounding counties, this site is 679 acres of native tallgrass prairie.
Best Times To Visit: April through October.
Birds To Look For: American Bittern, Greater Prairie-Chicken, Sedge Wren, Common Yellowthroat, Clay-colored, Savannah and Swamp Sparrows, Bobolink and American Goldfinch.
Notes For Birding The Area: Waterproof footgear recommended. Foot traffic O.K.