Ducks Unlimited is offering by internet sale
these prime hunting properties in South and North Dakota on September 19. Ipswich Grasslands, 240-acre tract
The fifth in the series of Ipswich Grasslands properties, the Ipswich Grasslands 5 is located north and west of Roscoe, SD. Restored back to native grass with scattered temporary and seasonal wetlands compose this prairie landscape in the heart of the Missouri Coteau. The Ipswich Grasslands 5 is perpetually protected with USFWS wetland and grassland easements to ensure productive habitat for years to come. Woonsocket Grasslands, 400-acre tract
The Woonsocket Grasslands is located just south and east of Woonsocket, SD. The 400 acres is completely restored back to native grass along with the temporary and seasonal wetlands that comprise this prairie landscape. The Woonsocket Grasslands is perpetually protected with USDA’s Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) easements to ensure productive wildlife habitat for years to come. Kidder County, 320-acre tract
This prairie tract is located in north central Kidder County, North Dakota. The tract lies on the Missouri Coteau, an elevated prairie landscape of glacial origin dotted with numerous wetland depressions. Wetland densities in the area have the potential to attract 60 to 80 breeding duck pairs per square mile. Known for its productivity, the Coteau is considered the "best of the best"; of the remaining waterfowl breeding habitat in the northern Great Plains. To find out more about the internet auctions, visit DU's land sales area for more details.
Ducks Unlimited permits public access on specified lands owned by the organization. Most properties are part of a Revolving Land Strategy and held for a short term. Accessibility to these properties is subject to change. Once DU sells a property, access to the land will be at the discretion of the new landowner. DU does not reserve special hunting or other privileges for anyone.