Howland's Island Wildlife Management Area

The Complex presents one of the best opportunities in the Northeast to protect, restore, and manage an extensive wetland system for wildlife and public enjoyment. The entire Complex is located in what was historically called the Montezuma Swamp, one of the largest wetland systems in the Northeast. It also provides breeding habitat for hundreds of wildlife species, including many rare and endangered species. Approximately 3,600 acres for hiking, cross country skiing, equestrian use, hunting, trapping, and fishing.