This is a state wildlife management area south of Morrill in Nebraska's panhandle. The 480-acre site has a lake with surrounding grassland habitat.

Ornithological Summary

High numbers of migrating shorebirds and wading species can be found, such as Wilson's phalarope; stilt, white-rumped, and Baird's sandpipers; and white-faced ibis. Waterfowl (mallard, pintail, both teal species, northern shoveler, gadwall, wigeon) are common year-round. Important nesting species include black-necked stilt, American avocet, and burrowing owl. The Northern harrier is a resident species.


The WMA is owned and operated by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

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