Hundreds of Bald Eagles make the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuge their home during winter months. The eagles congregate near open water snatching fish with their talons and soaring to to the treetops to eat their prey.
Seney National Wildlife Refuge is a great place to watch wildlife, get out into nature and go exploring. Winter, spring, summer and fall, come out and enjoy them all. Located in the middle of the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan, there are so many ways to experience the Refuge. Whether you would like to drive the self-guided auto tour, stop by the Visitor Center, walk our trails, go hunting or fishing, take photographs, canoe, kayak, snowshoe, ski, or partake in a special event or program, the Refuge is a wonderful place to visit.
Photo: Atlee Hart - USFWS