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The WPPAS property is now owned and operated by 
Middle Snake Tamarac Rivers Watershed District

The 40-acre Audubon Center site is temporarily closed
while the Watershed District develops a site plan

Walking trails and NW Pollinator Garden are open to the public
please - no pets, no horses, no ATVs and no tobacco products

             Agassiz Audubon continues to provide educational programs 
             and supports the development of the NW Minnesota Pollinator Garden

             Our mailing address is PO Box 152, Warren MN  56762 

             Public access to the trails on the west side is at the south end of new parking area 
                 at the NW Minnesota Pollinator Garden
                            27569 190th Street NW (1.5 miles west of Polk County Hwy 68)

             Phone:  218-745-5663

              The property is open to the public spring and summer hours:  

                                  8am - 5pm daily

              Call for permission to walk the trails after-hours.

              Please call to book an off-site program 
                 or a tour of the Agassiz Valley Project

                        Take only pictures
                        Leave only footprints
                        Pack out your trash

               No pets  - No horses – No Fires - No Camping
               No Hunting - No Fishing - No Trapping
               No Weapons – No Firearms – No Knives
               No bicycles or motorized vehicles

               Please - do not use audio lures to call-in birds

       Picnic at tables at the pollinator garden – No alcoholic beverages
       Please pack out your trash.
       There are no toilets

       This is a TOBACCO-FREE Destination
       Please this is a wildlife sanctuary - no running, horseplay, loud noises 

       Collecting is NOT permitted
           Do  not  pick, take, collect, dig-up, plant, release, molest, ­­­­––­­­tease, torment,
           irk, harass, badger, heckle, bother, vex, damage or disturb anything (dead or alive) 
           This includes:  

          plants - flowers, seeds, fruits, pine cones, trees, shrubs, vines, leaves,     
           limbs, bark, grasses, mosses, liverworts, ferns, horsetails, club mosses,  
           lichens and mushrooms
          animals - birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, spiders, insects,
           mollusks, eggs, feathers, bones, deer antlers, skins, sheds, shells, carcasses and teeth
          Rocks, Minerals, soils, water & nests of birds, mammals,
           fish, insects, reptiles, amphibians, spiders, insects, etc.