Kidd Lake Marsh State Natural Area

Bluff Road south of Fults, Chester IL 62233 | 618.826.2706
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Kidd Lake State Natural Area is an example of the once expansive wetlands of the Mississippi floodplain known as the American Bottoms. It is an important rest stop for migrating waterfowl and continues to provide critical habitat to a diverse range of birds, as well as amphibians and reptiles. It is a good location to view wetland birds, including some species which are now rare in Illinois, and offers limited hunting opportunities.

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