Located about six miles southeast of Qulin and lies in both Butler and Dunklin counties.
The Dunklin County land is bisected by Route DD and several county roads. This 1,476-acre conservation area is named after the small town of Wilhelmina, which is partially surrounded by Department-owned land. Purchased between 1980 and 1987 with Conservation Department funds, Wilhelmina Conservation Area fills a void in a region that previously had very little public land.
Part of the area lies along the channel of the St. Francis River. The river has been diverted into the Wilhelmina Cutoff and the old river channel has become a backwater slough. The cutoff also passes through the Wilhelmina Conservation Area.
November 9th, 2018
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