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Iowa River Wildlife Management Area

by tsk last modified 2013-03-07 09:00 PM

2516 Sand Road, the wildlife areas are located north of Marshalltown.

IMG_7208.JPGWorking with the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation and many other donors that Iowa River Wildlife Management Area is the most recent addition to Marshall County Conservation Areas. Also taking the title of the largest recreational area in Marshall County the Iowa River Wildlife Area offers some of the most unique and diverse habitat in the county. The mature hardwood timber portion plays host to many unique flora and fauna species including: Turk’s Cap Lily, Green Dragon, and Red-shouldered Hawks. You will also find wetland areas, rolling grassland, and 1.5 stretch of the Iowa River bordering the area.                            

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Activities:

  • Hunting
  • Wildlife and bird watching

 

Map of Iowa River Wildlife Management Area:

Iowa River

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