Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area

Working in harmony with nature.

 ATTENTION: There is NO goose hunting at Hullett for the Feb 28 - Mar 03 hunting season. . . . . . . . . . . Please be aware that the Bald Eagle Buffer is now in affect around the Sanctuary Line Area. Please respect our eagles and give them their space while they are nesting. . . . . . . . . Snow Removal: Please remember that there is no interior snow removal at Hullett. However, when time permits, FOH does plow in parking lots 40672 on Hydro Line and 80602 on Wildlife Line. Drive slow and watch for potholes.


Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area

The Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area is a 5420 acre site along the South Maitland River in Huron County, 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.

HPWA has something for everyone at any time of the year!

Please take a gander at our brand new Interactive Google Map.

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Hullett Marsh follows a strict management plan to assure all goals are met.