Wetlands, Pines and Prairie Audubon Sanctuary WARREN  

We are located 5 miles east of Warren on Highway #1, 3 miles south on gravel road (see Audubon Sanctuary 3 Miles sign along the highway), and one half mile east.

Birding and wildlife viewing, interpretive programs/hikes, mowed hiking trails, picnicking and camping, information and gift shop

 Open 7 days a week, all year

 No entrance fee. Donations accepted. Memberships available.  

     Operated by the Agassiz Audubon Society the Sanctuary consists of 800 acres of wildlife habitat.  Enjoy yourself among restored prairies, created wetlands and planted deciduous and coniferous woodlots.  

      You will see many different types of wildlife in the various habitats.  Moose and deer are a common sight.  Long-eared owls, wood ducks, sandhill cranes and black-billed magpies are just a few of the nesting birds on site.  Also, found in the ponds are chorus frogs, tiger salamanders and painted turtles. 

     Enjoy hiking, biking, and skiing on over 6 miles of trail, including the "Landscaping for Wildlife Trail" and the "Bluebird Trail."  

     On-site programs available for schools, community groups and the general public by our full time Director.  

     An old barn was remodeled into the Sanctuary Visitor Center.  Inside you will find information, a gift shop, restrooms and the office.  The Magpie Nest Gift Shop has souvenir mugs, t-shirts, field guides, bird feeders, and bird seed for sale.  

 Contact person: Lori Becker, Director  

Wetlands, Pines and Prairie Audubon Sanctuary
27453 190th St. NW
Warren, MN 56762-9256