A wildlife drive through a northern Minnesota Wildlife Management Area (WMA) teeming with birds will open to vehicles Saturdays through July 23, and then weekends thereafter through Aug. 13. A 27-mile drive through the Roseau River WMA, northwest of Roseau, covers wetland, woodland, brushland and farmland habitats. Roseau River WMA is one of the viewing stops along the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail, which consists of 45 sites that span a 223-mile corridor in the northwestern part of the state and is noted for its bird populations. About 149 bird species breed within the Roseau River WMA. Yellow rails and horned grebes are a few of the rare species found within the area's wetlands. For more information about the wildlife drive, call 1-218-463-1130 or go online to mndnr.gov/wmas.