Mullet Creek State Wildlife Area

This 2,177-acre property is a mix of marshes, woods and grasslands. The open water draws many species of waterfowl during migration, while the larger landscape attracts Red-tail Hawks, Northern Harriers, Bald Eagles and Turkey Vultures. Warblers nests in the woodlots, while Baltimore Orioles, Eastern Phoebes, and White-eyed Vireos nest in the scattered trees and brushy areas. Look for Loggerhead Shrikes perched in lone trees, and American Kestrels as they hover above the grasslands and meadows hunting for small mammals. Coyotes, deer, woodchucks and mink are common here; an evening drive should yield many good sightings.

Directions: Located 12 miles east of Fond du Lac via Hwy 23 to Hillview Road, then south to entrance.

Mullet Creek State Wildlife Area map

Gazetteer: Page 46, B-4 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 80, C-1 (10th edition).

Phone: 920/424-7896 (Oshkosh DNR).

Web site: WDNR Mullet Creek State Wildlife Area

Signature species: American Woodcock, Sandhill Crane, Wild Turkey and Ruffed Grouse.

Rare species: American White Pelican, Loggerhead Shrike, Upland Sandpiper and Bobolink.
Seasonality: Open all year.

Parking: Parking lots.

Nearest food & lodging: Fond du Lac.