Monday, October 23, 2017

Disabled Hunters have Waterfowl Hunting Opportunity at Kaskaskia River SFWA

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is informing hunters with disabilities about an opportunity at Kaskaskia River State Fish and Wildlife Area.  Share and spread the word.  The outdoors should be experienced by everyone!

Waterfowl Hunting Blinds at Kaskaskia River SFWA for Hunters with Disabilities


BALDWIN, IL – With the upcoming waterfowl season approaching, the Kaskaskia River State Fish and Wildlife Area has hunting opportunities for hunters with disabilities.  The Illinois Department of Natural Resources has two designated handicapped waterfowl hunting blinds at the Dry Lake Area at Kaskaskia River SFWA – listed as the North or South blinds.



The blinds for hunters with disabilities can be reserved by sending a postcard to the Kaskaskia River SFWA main office stating on what day and which blind the hunter would like to reserve a hunt during the waterfowl season.  If more than one card is received for a date, there will be an in-house drawing.

The Kaskaskia River SFWA at Baldwin, IL is located in the South-Central Zone for Illinois waterfowl hunting.  The South-Central Zone season opens on November 11, 2017.

Requests for the handicapped blinds should be received on or before November 2, 2017 at the Kaskaskia River SFWA office, 10981 Conservation Road, Baldwin, IL 62217.  For more information, call the site office at 618-785-2555.



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