Habitat includes 74 acres of wetland and 6 acres of upland. Mostly grassy lowlands, but with some marshy areas. Birdwatching peaks in late March to early April.
Habitat includes 68 acres of wetlands, 2 acres of permanent water and 20 acres of crops (two excavated wetlands and a narrow slough).
It can be very productive for shorebirds and waterfowl.
Area 314 acres. Mainly bottomlands along the Loup River, with some open grasslands and marshes.
This site includes 9 acres of marshland, 1 acre of permanent water, 54 acres of upland and 9 acres of cropland.
Prairie Lake has a 36 acre lake with 124 acres of surrounding upland habitat. Mainly a fishing lake, with limited attractiveness to birds including waterfowl and waders. Restrooms, drinking water, parking, primitive camping lake.
Area 120 acres. Includes a small reservoir and a mixture of wooded habitats, tree plantings, grassland and cropland. Located 2 miles north, 1 mile west of Dubois.
Consists of riparian wooded habitats bounding the Elkhorn River, plus adjoining grasslands, marshes and croplands. Good for finding woodcocks in April.
Ponderosa Ranch, a privately owned 3,600 acre ranch in the Pine Ridge area of Dawes County, boasts a diverse habitat for many species of birds. Open rolling grass meadows, steep hills, ridges studded with Pondersa Pine trees and ravines with Chokecherries, Green Ash, Hackberry, Cottonwood, and Box Elder trees and
Area 152 acres.