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Iowa hunters have “new tool” available in Hunting Atlas

From the Iowa DNR.
From the Iowa DNR.

DES MOINES – There is a “new tool” available for Iowa hunters, according to Iowa Senator Jeff Danielson.

Danielson introduced the Iowa Hunting Atlas, calling it “an interactive map that shows 600,000 acres of public hunting land that is owned by the state, county or federal government.”

The Iowa DNR said that the “hunting Atlas was designed to make it easier for hunters to locate areas that are open to public hunting.”

As far as the accuracy of the map goes, the Iowa DNR said that “every attempt has been made to accurately depict the boundaries and information in this map.”

The Hunting Atlas allows the public to zoom in on prospective hunting areas, shows the boundaries, and offers links for more information.  It also shows the name, size (in acres) and type of habitat of the hunting areas.

The atlas is available online at

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