Knott Prairie

LOOKING Closer

Knott Prairie is an unplowed tallgrass prairie owned by the Wachiska Audubon Society. Located on the floodplain of the Platte River, the plant community of this prairie is highly influenced by groundwater flows and is home to a number of unique plant species. Haying and prescribed fire are used as management tools at this location.

Look Out For

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Turkeys

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Wildflowers

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Haying Machinery

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