Albany Wildlife Area
Albany Wildlife Area was created in 1956 to protect the river habitat and provide for public hunting. The most common game species on the area include deer, turkeys, pheasants and other small game common to southern Wisconsin. Management practices include prescribed burning, farming, logging and brushing by mechanical means and herbicide.
The Albany Wildlife Area offers many recreational opportunities:
- Cross-country skiing (no designated trail);
- Hiking (no designated trail);
- Wild edibles/gathering; and
- Wildlife viewing.
If you are interested in exploring this property further, you can access an interactive map.
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