The Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area is a 5420 acre site along the South Maitland River. Set in the heart of Huron County, and strategically located on the paths of two major waterfowl flyways (Atlantic and Mississippi), Hullett is one of the most spectacular wildlife habitat developments in Eastern Canada. The area provides superb opportunities to see wildlife management at its best. The forests, fields and marshes present at Hullett provide a wide diversity of wildlife species for all outdoor enthusiasts. The area was developed in the 1970s and early-80s by Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry, and is run by the Friends of Hullett which is a non-profit organization of volunteers. Hullett Marsh is open 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset, there are no adminission fees to come explore this beautiful marsh!