A visit to the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Management Area does not guarantee photographers will get a shot of the Kirtland’s warbler, but photographers will likely be able to snap a photo of various songbirds. Depending on the age of the forest, photographers may locate black-billed cuckoos and upland sandpipers, as well as numerous species of sparrows, warblers, and woodpeckers. Large mammals using the area include black bear, badger, porcupine, and gray and red fox. Parcels of property occupied by the Kirtland’s warbler are closed to entry during the bird’s breeding season (May 1st – August 15th). Unoccupied areas and the network of two-track roads that connect them afford photographers of all skill levels opportunities to photograph wildlife and provide excellent hiking and biking opportunities.