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Albany Wildlife Area
Albany Wildlife Area is located just west of the Village of Albany in Green County. This property currently consists of a 1,421 acres of state-owned, 3 acres of easements and 282 acres of leased lands for public hunting, fishing, trapping and other nature based activities . Much of the area is wooded and follows the Little Sugar River west towards Monticello. There is about 310 acres of planted or maintained native grass on the area. There are 110 acres of cropland planted to corn, soybeans, sunflowers and hay for wildlife. Much of the land along the river is marsh with canary grass, cattails and sedges.
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