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  • Denise Allen

    Jasper-Pulaski FWA 5822 N. Fish and Wildlife Lane Medaryville, IN 47957 (219) 843-4841 Birdwatching area managed by the DNR, fishing and hunting (just to be aware!!!)

  • Amy Hausman

    Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area - Medaryville, IL: 10K cranes pass through each fall. Best see them from Goose Pasture Viewing Are overlooking the water. Best mid-October to mid-December at sunrise and sunset.

  • Joetta Hinton

    Jasper-Pulaski FWA Sandhill cranes

  • Martha Nelson

    Jasper Pulaski, Medaryville, IN - go there in late fall, at dusk. Thousands of Sandhills come in to the preserve. Nice observation decks, but its far from everything else.

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