Seney National Wildlife Refuge (Seney NWR), is located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. It was established in 1935 for the protection and production of migratory birds and other wildlife. Seney is located midway between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. At nearly 96,000 acres, Seney NWR is one of the largest National Wildlife Refuges east of the Mississippi and is exceptionally diverse in both the number of ecosystem types present and the number of wildlife species using these habitats. Visitors are also a part of Seney NWR. The refuge offers numerous recreational opportunities including a seven mile Marshland Wildlife Drive, roads open to biking, a self guided interpretive hiking trail, canoeing, bird watching, nature observation, hunting, fishing, photography, hiking and a visitor center.


Seney NWR's Flickr site is managed by hosted by Seney Natural History Association (Friends of Seney NWR). These photos are property of the US Fish and Wildlife Service but may be used with USFWS credit given. Photos entered in the amateur photo contest are property of the individual, not the USFWS.

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