Thursday, July 14, 2016
Deer Creek Wildlife Area State Park
About 25 percent of the wildlife area consists of second growth hardwoods and brush in advanced stages of succession. The timber stand is mainly on the east side of Deer Creek It includes oak, hickory, elm, black walnut, ash, maple, locust, sycamore, and cottonwood. The uncropped remainder of the area is in permanent meadow, reverting fields, wildlife food plots, and prairie grasses. The post Deer Creek Wildlife Area State Park appeared first on Vag·a·bond Beach Traveler.