Rainwater Basin Wetland Management District's 61 Waterfowl Production Areas (WPA) provide numerous recreational opportunities to visitors every year. People enjoy viewing the unique geology and diverse wildlife. Wildlife-dependent recreation activities including hunting, wildlife observation, photography, environmental education and interpretation allow for public enjoyment of the WPAs while still protecting the wildlife and habitats.
For driving directions, please visit the "Directions" page.
For questions about recreation, please contact the District office.
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Prescribed burning is used to remove old vegetative growth, release nutrients back to the soil, decrease woody and other invasive and undesirable plant species, increase warm season grasses and forbs, and reduce the amount of organic matter (litter) on the soil surface.