Birding in Camp Douglas, WI at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

Administed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the 43,656-acre Necedah Wildlife Refuge provides a breeding and nesting area for migratory birds and other wildlife.


Located in Juneau County, this 44,000-acre refuge is home to the world's largest population of endangered Karner blue butterflies. Sandhill cranes, migrating waterfowl in fall, wild turkeys, bald and golden eagles in winter, and shorebirds and songbirds in spring. Hiking/skiing trails, observation towers and auto routes provide easy access.

This woods and waters of Juneau County host a great variety of bird life, including hawks, grouse, turkeys,  herons, egrets, shorebirds. The Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail is a project of the Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' Endangered Resources Program has taken the lead on the project. The Wisconsin Department of Tourism is producing full-color viewing guides for each of the five, birding and nature trail regions.

Direction:
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge for Bird Watching or Birding in Camp Douglas, City- Juneau County, WI (Southwest Wisconsin)

Location

Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
PO Box 322 122 Main Street Juneau County Economic Development Corp.
Camp Douglas, WI 54618
United States
Phone: 
608-427-2070
Phone: 
Fax: 608-427-2086

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