For the Birds
A variety of wildlife can be
seen at River Valley. This
woodpecker was taking
advantage of the feeders that
are hung at the bird blind
The Big Bluestem (pictured
above) is just one of a variety
of native plants that can be
found in the prairie and
River Valley Wetland
Cedar County Conservation Areas
area consists of a 5 acre wetland, river bottomland, and upland
areas with 25 acres converted into prairie and food plots. A limited
hunting season is open from the last Saturday in October through
No facilities are provided.
A Bird Blind offers viewing of the numerous species of wildlife found
in the area. NO HUNTING is allowed from the Bird Blind.
Reconstructed Prairie at Entrance
|Click the map to view
an enlarged version
|Map courtesy of Cedar
Poison ivy has three special leaves.
The middle leaf is symmetrical, main
vain being the divider) look the
same. The other two leaves are
asymmetrical, meaning one side of
the leaf looks different than the
other. Click the picture to enlarge it to
see what I mean.