We have many great photography opportunities on Litchfield Wetland Management District for those who enjoy prairie wildlife and wetland landscapes. As these areas are managed primarily for waterfowl reproduction, they are heavily used in the spring and fall as migration habitat and in the summer by breeding ducks, geese and swans. The abundance of wetlands on the units also ensures the presence of marsh birds such as bitterns, rails and herons. District lands are managed for native grassland, so you are also likely to encounter wildflowers and grassland birds. All access is walk-in only and portable, self-supporting blinds are allowed.