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Upper Peninsula Region
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
Seney National Wildlife Refuge Reflections © Mark Ebenhoeh
Seney National Wildlife Refuge is a place of great beauty
SENEY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
SENEY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
1674 Refuge Entrance Rd.
Seney, Michigan   49883
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Seney National Wildlife Refuge protects 95,212 acres of diverse wetland and upland habitats that support a wide variety of wildlife. The refuge consists of marshes, fens, and bogs; coniferous and northern hardwood forests; upland barrens and meadows; and a 25,000-acre Wilderness Area. Approximately 65% of the refuge is wetland. The refuge supports an array of both wetland and upland wildlife species such as bald eagles, ospreys, loons, otters, beavers, black bears,white-tailed deer, and wolves. More than 6,400 acres of open water are managed in 21 major pools.

Seney Refuge offers a range of programs, events, tours, facilities, and opportunities that make it "A Great Place to Watch Wildlife."

Five satellite refuges are managed from Seney: Kirtland's Warbler, Huron Islands, Michigan Islands, Whitefish Point, and Harbor Islands.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
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Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews

Area Campgrounds
Big Cedar Campground
7936 Highway 77
Germfask, MI
906-586-6684
Northland Outfitters Camping Resort
8174 Hwy M-77
Germfask, MI
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Directions
The refuge headquarters and visitor center are located in the east-central Upper Peninsula of Michigan on highway M-77, two miles north of Germfask and six miles south of Seney, Michigan.

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