Deer are plentiful in the area as well as turkey and you're almost guaranteed to see one or the other long about evening time.
I love to drive the country roads that wind all through the area, I always see a lot of wildlife, beautiful wildflowers and tons of birds. If you like hunting, it is permitted within the boundaries of the conservation owned property. Horseback riding, hiking, and picnics are all activities that are easily enjoyed here.
One of my favorite passtimes is to hunt for insects. I spend a large amount of time out at Happy Holler poking around in the wildflowers searching for whatever insects I can find. I am rarely disappointed, like pictured here is a stilt bug on a guara plant.
Here is Missouri Primrose which is plentiful all around the area, and certainly pretty to look at.
If you get the chance to visit this Conservation Area, do so. You won't be disappointed.