Wildlife Areas

The Bremer County Conservation Board manages 11 wildlife areas ranging in size from 16 to 467 acres. Parking lots exist in many of the wildlife areas for those who are hunting, bird watching, morel hunting, or fishing. Hunting and trapping is allowed in the wildlife areas during the appropriate seasons established by the Iowa DNR.

Information on hunting seasons and regulations can be found on the DNR website. For local questions, call the Bremer County Conservation Board office at (319) 882-4742.

BCCB Wildlife Areas

  • Buck Creek
  • Cedar Bend
  • Cedar River
  • Dillon
  • J.J. Lynes & Sons
  • North Cedar
  • Plum Creek
  • Ringneck
  • Seven Bridges
  • Shell Rock
  • Wilson Grove
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View the Area Directory for the location and address of the wildlife areas.