Cornhusker Wildlife Management Area

Includes 841 acres of upland habitat in 3 separate parcels. Habitat includes extensive shelterbelt and cover plantings as well as wildlife food plots. It is a great place to find a good variety of sparrows and passerines including brush-loving species such as Harris’ sparrows, white-crowned sparrows, American tree sparrows, spotted towhees and shrikes, especially in winter and early spring. It is also very attractive to raptors with annual sightings of prairie and peregrine falcons. Long-eared owls have been seen here in recent winters and upland gamebirds are common.