Osage, Iowa

Mitchell County Nature Center


category : Nature Centers
Wildlife specimens, bird feeding observation area, trumpeter swan restoration site with captive breeding pair.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 9-4 Tue.-Fri., 1-4 Sun.
Address: 18793 Highway 9
Phone: 641-732-5204
Our Email: mccb@osage.net
Our Website:www.osage.net/~mccb

Come visit us in Osage, Iowa


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