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Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area (Holmes County)

Shreve, Ohio 44676
Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area webpage
Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area map

Also, see Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area, Killbuck Valley Important Bird Area, Holmes County Birding Drive, and Killbuck Marsh Birding Drive

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Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area (Holmes Co.)
Coordinates: 40.6604023, -81.9533835
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Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area–Butler Spring
Coordinates: 40.646399, -81.938561
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About Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area in Holmes County
While most of the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area is in Wayne County, there are two sections of the wildlife area in Holmes County you can access from OH-83. Going south on OH-83 from Wooster turn right (west) onto County Line Road and go .5 mile. There is a small parking area on the south side of the road where you may park to walk and explore this section of the wildlife area.

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About Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area
The 5,671-acre Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area is situated in northeastern Ohio in portions of Wayne and Holmes counties. The area extends north from Holmesville to three miles south of Wooster and lies between OH-83 on the east and OH-226 on the west.

The area is in a shallow, U-shaped glacial outwash valley. The elevation varies from 840 feet at the floor of Killbuck Creek near Holmesville to nearly 1,000 feet on hillsides parallel to the valley floor. About 56 percent of the acquisition unit consists of marsh and swamp that is flooded during some portion of the year. This complex is Ohio’s largest remaining marshland outside of the Lake Erie region.

Purchase of land for Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area began in 1969. Additional land is being acquired as funds become available. The wildlife management plan provides for maintenance and protection of the existing woodlands, the establishment of regular crop rotations, improvement of open fields for wildlife nesting by controlled burning and selective spraying, and the establishment of food patches for general wildlife use. Permanent wildlife cover has been provided by planting thousands of trees and shrubs. Wright’s Marsh, a 350-acre diked wetland off OH-226, was restored in partnership with Ducks Unlimited. Dikes and water control structures are being developed to increase and improve the wetland habitat in the area.
From Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area webpage

No restroom facilities.