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Northeastern Michigan Wildlife Viewing Areas

Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary - 650 acre sanctuary in Thunder Bay River.  Waterfowl and songbirds.  Includes 17-acre Island Park with foot trails, observation deck and fishing platforms.  Paved trail to observation deck. (989) 354-4158

Au Sable River Natural River System Map

Backus Lake

Cheboygan State Park

Deward Tract

Fletcher Pond and Floodwaters

Grayling Fish Hatchery - Produces rainbow trout.  Interpretive brochure available.  (989) 348-7386

Hartwick Pines State Park

Herman Vogler Conservation Area [Hiking & Ski Trails], Off US 23 on Birchwood Drive, Rogers City, MI 49779, Phone: (989) 734-4000. The HVCA contains more than seven miles of trails, all used by hikers, cross-country skiers, hunters and nature lovers. Four main trails run along Trout River and are beginner, moderate and challenging. The trail system traces a path through a constantly changing blend of habitats that range from hardwood highlands to cedar thickets and marshes.

Houghton Lake Flats South Unit

Island Park & Wildlife Sanctuary, 208 N. First Street, City Hall, Alpena, MI 49707, Phone: (989) 54-4158.  A 17 acre Island jewel surrounded by the Thunder Bay River which winds through 500 acres of water, low islands and waterfowl. Several paths lead joggers, walkers, photographers, fishermen, nature lovers through varied eco systems including sand dunes, meadows, woodlands, gentle slopes, marsh areas. Has viewing platform (handicapped accessible).

Luzerne Boardwalk

Marl Lake and South Higgins Lake State Park

Mill Creek State Historic Park

Partridge Point Wetland, 1175 N. Partridge Point Rd., Alpena, MI 49707, Phone: (989) 356-4812.  Unique lagoon and barrier wetland on the shore of Lake Huron's Thunder Bay. Walk over 1/4 mile of boardwalks that will take you out into this fresh water coastal marsh. Observe a variety of wetland creatures from three separate observation decks, each providing its own special view. A very knowledgeable staff is available by appointment to explain and guide you on your tour. Open May 1 to October 31, small admission fee is charged, children under 12 free.

Pigeon River Elk Range, Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, Gaylord, MI 49734, Phone: (989) 732-3541- Elk herd.  Bear, bobcat and coyote.  Waterfowl and songbirds.

Reedsburg Dead Stream Flooding

Rifle River Recreation Area

Thompson’s Harbor State Park

Tomahawk Creek Flooding

Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area

Wakely Lake Foot Travel Area

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