CANE RIDGE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA

Least Tern border.

 


As home to the largest nesting colony of the endangered interior Least Tern east of the Mississippi River, the Cane Ridge Unit is recognized as a Globally Important Bird Area.  Over 380 species of wildlife, including a new species of burrowing crayfish verified in 2002, have been observed on the refuge.

Driving Directions:  This Wabash River bottoms property lies off the southwest corner of Duke Energy’s 3,000-acre Gibson Lake west of Princeton.