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Wildlife Viewing Guide
  Wildlife Viewing | Using this Guide | Getting the Most from Your Trip | Doing It Right | Map Information

State of Michigan mapMap Information

For easy reference, this guide divides the state into three viewing regions, the Upper Peninsula, the Northern Lower Peninsula, and the Southern Lower Peninsula. There is a separate section for each region. Region maps at the beginning of each section show the viewing sites, cities and towns and major roads in the region. Sites are numbered consecutively from 1 - 121, beginning in the Upper Peninsula and proceeding west to east and north to south within each region.

Watchable Wildlife SignA Nationwide Network

This binocular symbol is the national symbol for wildlife viewing sites. All of the sites in the Michigan Wildlife Viewing Guide display this sign, as do other sites that are not included here. You should also watch for this logo on highway signs as you travel outside Michigan, because there is a national network of wildlife viewing sites springing up across the country.

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