OTTUMWA — The wait is over. “Critter corn” is available again at Pioneer Ridge.
Naturalist Annette Wittrock said Cargill donated shelled corn to the Wapello County Conservation Board for feeding squirrels, deer and other wildlife that wander through people’s yards in winter. The corn is available at Pioneer Ridge Nature Area until it is gone.
The corn is free, but people picking up corn are asked to limit what they take to 10 gallons. Questions can be directed to Pioneer Ridge at 641-682-3091.