This area includes the Ak-Sar-Ben aquarium, and some excellent wooded habitats that teem with warblers during spring migration. There are five miles of trails, and an educational center with an aquarium of native fishes. Whip-poor-wills can be heard here, and the otherwise rare Kentucky warbler is a regular summer resident.
This site contains 56 acres of wetland and 24 acres of upland. A permanent wetland towards the southwest portion of the property is accessible from a dirt road on the southeast side of the property.
Area includes 1 acre of wetland and 60 acres of upland.
Mostly rolling prairie grasslands, with woody growth along creeks. Includes 10 hiking trails. State park entry permit required.
Area is 160 acres.
Area 25 acres. Consists of upland grasses along an old railroad bed. Located at western edge of Scholes.
Mostly grassy lowlands, but some upland habitat too.
Area 244 acres. The river can be crossed by a footbridge for a view of the falls. Note: relic Pleistocene stand of paper birch on the north-facing slopes of the canyon. Watch for wild turkeys. Red-eyed vireos, American redstarts and black-and-white warblers nest here. Also Whip-poor-wills may be heard at
This is a large roadless area west of Fort Robinson State Park that has an extensive hiking trail network, as well as bridle trails. Water must be carried in, and facilities are lacking. Much of the area was burned in a 1989 fire. An eight-mile loop trail over ridges and
Located in Fillmore County.