Bauer Slough is one of the most unique and diverse wildlife areas in Hamilton County. This area consists of 417 acres of restored prairies and wetlands. A virgin wetland and prairie also exist on the site.
Located 2 miles southeast of Webster City at 2574 Kantor Ave. Go 3 miles south of Webster City on highway 17, turn east on county road D-41 for one mile, then turn back north on Kantor Avenue, go about one-half mile; the area is on the east side of the road.
Public hunting is allowed. Hunters should expect to find pheasants, ducks, geese, deer and coyotes on this area.