Amsterdam Sloughs State Wildlife Area

Amsterdam Sloughs is a beautiful 6,138-acre property with marsh, flowages, swamp, and forested upland. Bird watching is good at Black Brook Flowage where you can see Great Blue Herons, Osprey and Bald Eagles.

Amsterdam Sloughs State Wildlife Area map

Directions: From Siren, drive north on Hwy 35 two miles to Cty. D turn left on D three miles – the sloughs are on your left (south).

Gazetteer: Page 83, B-5 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 31, C-5 (10th edition).

Notes: This large complex of habitats is a good place to see American Woodcocks in the spring, and furbearers such as bear, mink and coyotes.

Phone: 715/349-2151 (Wisconsin DNR).

Web site: WDNR Amsterdam Sloughs Wildlife Area

Signature Species: Herons and Ospreys.

Nearest food & lodging: Siren, five miles southeast.