Andreoff Wildlife Area (Wyandot County)
Forest, Ohio 45843
Andreoff Wildlife Area news release (Ducks Unlimited)
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About Andreoff Wildlife Area,
Andreoff Wildlife Area is in Hardin County and contains two tracts of land. Both tracts are former agricultural property that were restored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Wetlands Reserve Program.
The northern site is 584 acres and contains restored wetlands and native warm season grasses. It is located just south of the village of Forest at County Road 205 and Township Road 50. The south tract is 135 acres and includes restored wetlands, native warm season grasses and a 36-acre woodlot. It is located on County Road 190 just west of OH-292 south of the city of Kenton.
From Andreoff Wildlife Area news release (Ducks Unlimited)
The Andreoff Wildlife Area is a recent addition to the Ohio state wildlife areas. The Wyandot County section is adjacent to Township Road 64 east of County Road 215. Entry into the wildlife area is by permit only. Please view birds from the roadside only.
No restroom facilities.