Pawnee County has 2238 acres in six Wildlife Management Areas. The county is known for its game bird population. You will find pheasant, quail, doves, wild turkeys and prairie chickens. Deer, rabbits, and squirrels also add to the activity in the county's Wildlife Management Areas.
Pheasant, quail, squirrel, rabbit, deer and dove. (320 acres) Located 2 miles south of Steinauer.
IRON HORSE TRAIL WMA
Quail, pheasant, dove, rabbit, and squirrel. Interrupted strip of former railroad right-of-way. Located 1 mile east, 1/4 mile north of DuBois. (210 acres)
PAWNEE PRAIRIE WMA
Pheasant, quail, dove, deer, squirrel, and rabbit. Located 7 miles south, 1 east of Burchard. (1012 acres)
PRAIRIE KNOLL WMA
Pheasant, quail, deer, rabbit, squirrel, and dove. Located 1 1/4 miles north, 1 mile west of Dubois. (120 acres)
TABLE ROCK WMA
Pheasant, quail, dove, rabbit, squirrel, and deer. Located 1 mile east of Table Rock. (400 acres)
Pheasant, quail, dove, rabbit, squirrel, and deer. Located 5 miles north, ½ mile east of Burchard. (176 acres)
Farmers, if contacted first, will consider allowing you to hunt on private property.
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