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  • Visitors to the Big Rivers WMA will experience a variety of wildlife habitats and breathtaking views. Interior roads, such as this one, can be used to explore the property.
  • Rolling hills offer visitors an excellent vantage point for wildlife viewing.
  • A bluff offers spectacular view of the Ohio River.
  • The Ohio River serves as a major conduit for barge industry traffic.
  • Staff from the Conservancy and KDFWR explore the Tradewater River. The Tradewater, a tributary of the Ohio River, runs through the WMA and offers a great opportunity for fishing and bird watching.
  • Large trees are abundant in the forested areas of the tract.
  • Wildflowers are abundant in the open fields. These areas also offer an excellent opportunity to view wildlife such as deer and turkey.
  • Wetland areas such as this one act as a filter for pollutants from the surrounding area.
  • The Big Rivers WMA boasts a wide variety of habitats, including bottomland hardwood forest.
  • Visitors can also experience the unique geology of the area.
  • Maps guide discussion and decision making related to the many restoration activities planned for the property.
  • Projects of this magnitude cannot happen without strong partnerships.
Big Rivers Corridor
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