The Wabana Trust lands comprise over 50 acres of pristine forest land and nearly a mile of shoreline in the Mississippi River headwaters of northern Minnesota.

The Wabana Lake Trust Forest & Shoreland

Mammals Identified on the Wabana Trust Properties

Our Family and Our History

Our mission is forest, wildlife & fish habitat conservation

A Public and Educational Resource

The High Cost of Preservation

How You Can Help Preserve Nature

Contributors and Acknowledgements

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(Click on the common name to view images and descriptions of the animal)

Common Name Scientific Name
American badger Taxadea taxus
Beaver Castor canadensis
American black bear Ursus americanus
Bobcat Lynx rufus
Eastern cottontail rabbit Sylvilagus floridanus
Coyote Canis latrans
Deer mouse Peromyscus maniculatus
Eastern gray squirrel Sciurus carolinensis
Woodchuck Marmota monax
Least chipmunk Tamius minimus
Little brown bats Myotis lucifugus
American mink Mustela vison
Moose Alces alces
Muskrat Ondatra zibethicus
Northern flying squirrel Glaucomys sabrinus
Northern river otter Lutra canadensis
Porcupine Erethizon dorsatum
Raccoon Procyon lotor
Red fox Vulpes vulpes
Red squirrel Tamiasciurius hudsonicus
Shorttail shrew Blarina brevicauda
Striped Skunk Mephitis mephitis
Timber wolf Canis lupus
Virginia Deer White-tailed deer

Our family has owned this land since 1906.

We believe that families have a role to play in conservation.