Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area

4.420 Votes
  • Address: 5463 W Broadway Ave, Columbus, MN 55025, USA, Forest Lake, United States
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  • Phone: +1-6512965290
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Bird Watching

Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area is a paradise for all those bird watchers. Keep your cameras ready while you’re here as you’ll have some of the best sightings of exotic birds. The park is spread across 20000 acres of marshland, wetlands and uplands with graceful lakes adding to its beauty. The best time to visit is during migration as the lands are filled with vibrant birds. The songbirds are a major attraction during this time. Other species that can be sighted are the Bald eagle, Sandhill Crane, Sedge Wren and the Golden-winged Warbler.

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  • Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area Address: 5463 W Broadway Ave, Columbus, MN 55025, USA, Forest Lake, United States
  • Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area Contact Number: +1-6512965290
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Carlos Avery State Wildlife Management Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • Way too many people come to hunt so pass if that's what you want to do. There are some good trails but parking lots are non-existent. Lots of wildlife and good scenery.

  • Beautiful and clean. I didnt see on piece of trash. So if u come out keep it that way! And if u do see some, pick it up. Thanks

  • It's wooded but I haven't gone in there. Quiet place to hunt.

  • Love driving though. It's beautiful and peaceful. I love it there.

  • Quiet and not too far away. Went there for a plant ID class and it was a good place to learn about various medicinsl and edible plants.

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