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Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Seney

4.8
#8 of 24 in Wildlife in Upper Peninsula
Must see · Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • The main visitor center was closed for construction, so we went to the temporary replacement. There was a nice 2-3km trail set out in the woods. Neatly marked by markers placed in the ground. Because....  more
    The main visitor center was closed for construction, so we went to the temporary replacement. There was a nice 2-3km trail set out in the woods. Neatly marked by markers placed in the ground. Because....  more »
  • Stopped by the Refuge on Thursday, Sept 23rd and it was pretty quiet. Saw a couple of Ruffed Grouse and that was about it. Came back on Sunday and it was basically the same thing. Love the place... 
    Stopped by the Refuge on Thursday, Sept 23rd and it was pretty quiet. Saw a couple of Ruffed Grouse and that was about it. Came back on Sunday and it was basically the same thing. Love the place...  more »
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  • Seney National Wildlife Refuge is one of those places that will remain in your memory for years to come. The drive in through main entrance alone - with its tree-lined road - is a preview of what's to come. Man-made pools provide a respite for migratory birds and create picturesque waterscapes for visitors. During my visit, cirrus clouds moved slowly across the sky, adding an atmospheric look to the nature-filled landscape. A myriad of dragonflies kept me company on my trek along the Pine Ridge Nature Trail - which led me along pools and through other habitats. Take your time when walking around as there is much to see and experience, plus a number of areas/entrances to visit. A helpful volunteer at the (temporary) Visitor Center showed me what areas were open (during construction) and where to park.
  • The refuge is so scenic and tranquil, there's so much wildlife to see, if you go there early in the morning. They have a bus tour, but we are never on time and always miss it. The staff here are very friendly and answer any questions you have. There is a spotting scope inside the visitor center which points directly towards treetop eagle nest in the refuge, which is really awesome. We always get to see mama eagle with its fledglings every time we visit this refuge. There is no entrance fee, but still they take excellent care of the refuge for all of us to enjoy and see. They have a donation box in there, if you can please donate!

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