The Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail
The Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail is your invitation to observe the fascinating and diverse world of wildlife that exists in every corner of the state. A series of five highway-based viewing guides, each highlights a unique ecosystem of the state. Each guide links a set of waypoints, refuges and wild places that offer the best birding and wildlife watching opportunities.
Site information includes contact information, driving directions, locator map and a description of the property, common and rare plants and animals and a website, if available.
Each trail has its own custom guide, which covers a different region of the state.
- Lake Superior Northwoods Region Viewing Guide
- Mississippi/Chippewa Rivers Region Viewing Guide
- Lake Michigan Viewing Guide
- Central Sand Prairie Viewing Guide
- Southern Savanna Viewing Guide
- A Map for all seasons (Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, April 2003)
- "Bright, sporty and gone in a flash" (Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, Aug 2009)
- "Road trips to the right place at the right time" (Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, Dec 2009)
- Contact information
- Madeline Emde
Endangered Resources Program