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Hunting & Fishing

Waterfowl Hunting Kansas – Neosho Wildlife Area Renovation

September 26, 2016

Many people think of Southeast Kansas for its deer hunting, but locals and many hunters from other states know how good this area is for waterfowl hunting as well.

 

I grew up hunting waterfowl on the Neosho Wildlife Area. The Neosho Wildlife Area in Southeast Kansas encompasses 3,246 acres of land in the broad valley of the Neosho River, just east of St. Paul. This includes 1,748 acres of wetlands.

The refuge is 57 years old and hasn’t had any major improvements made since. But earlier this year, a renovation project was approved to renovate the land to enhance natural habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife.

It sounds like the hunting for the 2016-2017 season will be impacted but the habitat enhancements will prove to be great for the area in the long term. I am excited to see it get a makeover that will provide additional habitat and ensure quality hunting for years to come. See article below for more information and to stay updated on the project’s progression.

http://ksoutdoors.com/KDWPT-Info/News/Weekly-News/8-25-16/Renovation-Begins-At-Neosho-Wildlife-Area

(Photo by jim Mason)

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Jeremy Oehlert is a Broker with National Land Realty based out of Pittsburg, Kansas. He is a knowledgeable and experienced land broker who will listen to your needs and treat you right. He recognizes that each client has a unique set of goals and works hard to help achieve success with those objectives. He answers questions and communicates in a timely manner while striving to understand all aspects of the land market to ensure that his clients are receiving the best possible service. His experience ranges from a conventionally listed 20 acre recreational tract to a multiple parcel auction of tillable farms over 3500 acres and he thoroughly enjoys each and every property on which he has the opportunity to work. View Jeremy's Listings and Reviews on NationalLand.com