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Amnicon Falls State Park Nature

Amnicon Falls, with its water, forests and fields, is a fine place to enjoy nature. You may see deer, coyote, fox, raccoon, porcupine, ruffed grouse and a variety of smaller animals if you quietly walk the park trails. Along the river you might see beaver, mink or otter. Tracks, feeding signs, dens, sounds and other evidence will tell you of an animal's presence even if you don't see it.

The park abounds with bird life. The best time to enjoy birds is early morning. Walk slowly and quietly along the trails and roads. Stop often. Listen for their songs. Watch everywhere—the ground, shrubs, small trees and high in the treetops.

Each species has its favorite places. You may borrow binoculars and bird field guides in the park office. The thimbleberry has large leaves and bright red berries.

Last revised: Wednesday January 07 2015