The following areas are open to public hunting. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources set forth rules and regulations.
The plentiful game and diverse songbird populations make the 138-acres of Blue Flag Marsh a popular destination for hunting and wildlife observation. Additionally, you will find game species including deer, squirrels, raccoons, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, and furbearing here.
The game and songbird populations make the 542-acres of Bank Swallow Bend a popular destination for hunting and observation. You will also find game species including deer, squirrels, raccoons, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, and furbearing here.
Rolling Thunder Prairie is a 282 acre wildlife management area full of hunting possibilities. Deer, turkey and pheasant are among the most popular game.
Woodland Mounds Preserve contains 185 acres of timber that provides habitat for many types of woodland wildlife. If is part of one of the largest continuous stands of timber remaining in the county. Warren County Conservation Board purchased the area in 1981 with assistance from a grant from the Wildlife Habitat Stamp Fund. The fund consists of a pool of money available to county conservation boards funded through the of Wildlife Habitat Fee. The fee is required with the purchase of an Iowa hunting license. Additionally, Warren County has been fortunate to use this very competitive grant program to purchase four tracts of land. Warren County Conservation Board leased an additional 140 acres. This bringing the total acreage open to the public to 325.
The area is used for school field trips in the spring and early fall. Additionally, the land has an extensive trail system and is open to hunting.