Birding in Southeast

Birding in Waukesha, WI at Retzer Nature Center

Retzer Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Waukesha City- Waukesha County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) Retzer Nature Center features a touch and discover area, native fish, teaching animals, and a walk-through prairie underground. This 335-acre nature center  contains native and restored natural communities of woodland, wetland and prairie. Includes a great...

Birding in Madison, WI at Avon Bottoms

Avon Bottoms for Bird Watching or Birding in Madison City- Rock County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) 1,600 acres of Wisconsin DNR land along the Sugar River near the town of Avon (between Beloit and Janesville in south-central Wisconsin). The site is  primitive, but has a wide range of habitats including prairie, swamp and oak savannah. Avon Bottoms features a lowland...

Birding in Newburg, WI at Riveredge Nature Center

Riveredge Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Newburg City- Ozaukee County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) A 350-acre sanctuary located 30 miles north of Milwaukee between Saukville and West Bend. The Center is a breeding habitat for 67 species of birds. It  includes12 miles of trails through prairies and woodlands along the Milwaukee River. As a visitor to...

Birding in Milwaukee WI at Schlitz Audubon Center

Schlitz Audubon Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Milwaukee City- Milwaukee County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) A 225-acre sanctuary located just 20 minutes north of downtown Milwaukee on Lake Michigan, (exit I-43 at Brown Deer Road, east). 250 species of birds have  been recorded within the Center. Two ponds, ravines, woodlands and prairies provide habitat for...

Birding in Neshkoro, WI at Mecan River Discovery Center

Mecan River Discovery Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Neshkoro City- Marquette County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) 250 acres of oak, pine and prairie with two meandering trout streams offer excellent habitat for re-shouldered hawks, sandhill cranes, kingfishers, upland  game birds, songbirds, warblers and shorebirds. Center houses displays of native wildlife and...

Birding in Two Rivers, WI at Woodland Dunes Nature Center

Woodland Dunes Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Two Rivers City- Manitowoc County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) Located on Hwy. 310 just west of Two Rivers, this 1200-acre reserve offers a variety of birding opportunities including ten species of warblers in summer. The Center includes marsh, meadow, dune and swale forest, cattail marsh, shrub swamp, native...

Birding in Collins, WI at Collins Marsh Wildlife Area & Nature Center

Collins Marsh Wildlife Area & Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Collins City- Manitowoc County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) This 4,100-acre marsh habitat and wildlife area provides resting, nesting and feeding areas for waterfowl. Unique species include great blue herons (300-nest colony), great egrets, ospreys (two sucessful nests), yellow-headed blackbirds...

Birding in Bristol, WI at Pringle Nature Center

Pringle Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Bristol City- Kenosha County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) Located within the 341-acre Bristol Woods County Park. Four miles of hiking trails through upland hardwood forests, lowland marshes and oak savannah remnants. Environmental programs, birding opportunities, wildflower viewing and X-C skiing. More than four miles of...

Birding in Kenosha, WI at Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary & Arboretum

Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary & Arboretum for Bird Watching or Birding in Kenosha City- Kenosha County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) A private nature sanctuary comprised of a 12-acre arboretum, three historic buildings and 2-1/2 miles of nature trails winding through the woods and prairies of the Pike River Valley. See warblers, herons, hawks, woodpeckers, and...

Birding in Waupun, WI at Horicon Marsh - Marsh Haven Nature Center

Horicon Marsh - Marsh Haven Nature Center for Bird Watching or Birding in Waupun City- Fond du Lac County, WI (Southeast Wisconsin) Located on Hwy 49 three miles east of Waupun, this 47-acre parcel on the northern edge of the Horicon Marsh is dedicated to research, rehabilitation and education. Facilities include an observation tower, picnic shelter, amphitheater, nature...