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Posey County’s southern borders were naturally formed by the confluence of the Wabash and Ohio rivers. The waters of those two great Midwest rivers helped make the land fertile and carved out Indiana’s distinctive borders. The Point, where the Wabash River meets the Ohio, is a remarkable place, and most often the first thing people notice when they look at a map of Indiana.
Join the Posey Invasives Partnership and Hovey Lake FWA staff to learn how to identify common invasive plants in the FWA. Take a short, guided walk through a wooded area to identify invasive plants. After the walk FWA staff and … Continue reading
The Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area (FWA) includes Hovey Lake and several other properties that are rich in wildlife and open to hunters. The most common game species include waterfowl, deer, turkey and squirrel; however all the major game species … Continue reading
Hovey Lake is a 1,400 acre oxbow lake where cypress trees that grow out of the water. It is an excellent spot for sightseeing, hiking, bird watching, picnicking and kayaking, as well as hunting and fishing. There is a levee that serves as an interesting trail where it is common to see a nice variety of wildlife, especially herons. A boat ramp provides easy access to the lake. Continue reading