WATCH THEM SOAR, STRUT, GLIDE, AND DIVE
Natural habitats are beautiful and bountiful thoughout The Great Waters. Here you'll spot Gyrfalcon, Snowy owl, and Hawk Owl. On the shores of Lake Superior under clear spring skies you can lose yourself in the glory of migration as hugh flocks of raptors and waterfowl pass by.
Rich wetlands inlcuding ponds, bogs, and sedge meadows provide a haven for Bald Eagles, Ospreys and Loons. In this quiet refuge, you may just spot Le Conte's Sparrow and Yellow Rail.
So grab your gear and get closer to the breathtaking birds of The Great Waters.
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Whitefish Point Bird Observatory
The unique land and water features present at Whitefish Point create a natural migration corridor, leading tens of thousands of birds to the site each spring and fall during peak migration seasons. Over 330 species have been documented at the point. Events, programs, and field trips