Badfish Creek Wildlife Area
Badfish Creek Wildlife Area is located in Dane County about three miles southwest of Stoughton and three miles southeast of Oregon. This property currently consists of 1,147 acres of state owned and 287 acres of leased lands. This property can be reached from Madison by taking Highway 14 south, go east on Highway A and pass the Anthony Branch Fisheries and Wildlife Area, then take your first right on Oak Ridge Road on continue to follow the boundary of the Fisheries Area. This road dead-ends at Old Stone Road. Take Old Stone Road until you get to the Badfish Creek Wildlife Area.
Balsam Branch Wildlife Area
Balsam Branch Wildlife Area is a 180 acre property located in Polk County. The property consists of marsh, pond, prairie grass fields, stream bottom, upland and lowland forest.Find it by following Hwy 8 east of St Croix Falls for 5 1/2 miles. Turn south on Hwy 65 and go 1 1/2 miles. Turn east on 115th Ave and go one mile. Turn south on 150th St and go 1/2 mile to parking area. There is also a parking area on the south end of the property from Hwy C.
Barker Creek Extensive Wildlife Habitat Area
Barker Creek Extensive Wildlife Habitat Area is a 74 acre property of predominantly shrub and sedge/cattail marsh with surrounding grass fields and scattered areas of aspen. Find it by going north of Barron in Barron County on Hwy 25 for 3 miles. Turn east on 17th Ave and go 2 1/4 miles. The property is on the north side of the road.
Bear Lake Fish and Wildlife Area
Bear Lake Fish and Wildlife is a 262 acre property located in south central Washburn County on the west side of Bear Lake. Aspen, northern hardwood, marsh, lowland brush, swamp hardwood and swamp conifer make up the habitat types of Bear Lake Fish and Wildlife Area. The property includes a portion of and mouth of Boyer Creek and a small segment of Sucker Creek. There is a small parking area for access to the property on Shallow Lake road approximately 3.5 miles south of Hwy. D.
Beaver Brook Wildlife Area
Find Beaver Creek Wildlife Area less than one mile southeast of the city of Spooner. Numerous access points exist including: Wildlife Road off Hwy. 253, Randall Lake Road off Hwy. 70 in Spooner, Cranberry Road and Wildcat Road off Hwy. 53 and from Hwy. B.
Big Beaver Creek Wildlife Area
Big Beaver Creek Wildlife Area is a 572 acre property located approximately 4.5 miles northwest of Wheeler or 4.5 miles northeast of Boyceville. A small parking area is located off of 1210th Ave.
Big Muskego Lake Wildlife Area
Big Muskego Lake Wildlife Area is located in southeastern Waukesha County just southwest of Milwaukee. It is south of Interstate 43 and north of state Highway 36 and bordered by county Highway Y on the west and county Highway OO on the east.
Big Swamp Wildlife Area
Big Swamp Wildlife Area is a 796 acre property in Buffalo County. Find it 5 Miles west of Mondovi south of Hwy. 10. Currently access is only available from Cty Hwy A on the south side of the property. The property consists of upland hardwoods and marsh.
Bill Cross Wildlife Area
Bloomfield Wildlife Area
It is approximately eight miles northwest of the city of Merrill. The property can be accessed on the east side of the Wisconsin River from Highway 107. The property can be accessed on the west side of the Wisconsin River from Tesch Road.
Bong State Recreation Area [exit DNR]
Borst Valley Wildlife Area
Borst Valley Wildlife Area is a 1,343 acre property in Trempealeau County. Find it seven miles northwest of Independence at the intersection of CTH V and CTH VV. The property consists of upland hardwoods, marshland and grassland.
Brillion Wildlife Area
Find Brillion Wildlife Area as State Highway 10 enters the City of Brillion on the north. Go approximately one mile south of Brillion on Hwy PP, then one mile west on Deerview Rd to the end past the waste collection facility.
Brooklyn Wildlife Area
Brooklyn Wildlife Area is located between the villages of Oregon, Brooklyn and Belleville, straddling the Dane/Green County line, about 15 miles south of Madison. Access to the property is from Dane County Highway D, 2 miles east from Belleville and off State Highway 92.
Buckhorn Wildlife Area
Buckhorn Wildlife Area is a 1643 acre property contiguous to Buckhorn State Park and Yellow River Wildlife Area located on Castle Rock Lake in east-central Juneau County off of Highway G. Buckhorn Wildlife Area is located to the south of the State Park Boundary, between the Park and Castle Rock Lake.
Buena Vista Wildlife Area
Buena Vista Wildlife Area is a 12,700 acre property located in southwestern Portage County. Buena Vista Wildlife Area consists of scattered parcels 10 miles east of Wisconsin Rapids and 4 miles south of Plover. The area is predominately grassland with some woodland.