Twin Lakes Wildlife Management Area Bird Trail

  • Features

    The Twin Lakes WMA, located in Kittson County, is comprised of over 50 percent wetlands with the remainder in aspen forest, oak savannah and dry prairie. The site is managed by the Minnesota DNR and is over 8,000 acres in size.

  • Best Times to Visit
    May through October.
  • Birds to Look For

    Waterfowl, rails, Sandhill Crane, warblers, Eastern Towhee, American Bittern, sparrows, Bald Eagle and Common Loon.

  • Area Notes

    Prairie wildflowers are lovely in mid summer. Watch for moose, wolves, bobcat and river otter. Free camping at eight primitive sites within the WMA. A wildlife observation mound is located on the unit.

  • Photo Gallery
DNR Area Wildlife Office

(218) 436-2427

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