District lands are accessible year-round. Some of the acceptable outdoor uses include: hunting, fishing, nature photography, wildlife observation, berry and mushroom picking, trapping, hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and canoeing. State hunting, fishing, and trapping regulations apply, with a few more restrictive provisions described in the district’s Waterfowl Production Areas Visitor Guide. These guides are available at the District’s office, outdoor kiosks and are downloadable here. A few of the major regulations to be aware of are:
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This is our most common nesting duck. Look carefully to spot it – blue-winged teal are one of our smallest ducks, and they like to feed and rest along the edges of shallow wetlands.