Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge consists of Hog Island, Plum Island and Pilot Island. The islands are located in Lake Michigan, near Washington Island, off the tip of Wisconsin's Door County Peninsula.
The refuge is managed by staff at the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Mayville, WI. Contact 920-387-2658 or email@example.com.
Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge islands are currently closed to the public. Plum island is only open for limited special events but after recent completion of a comprehensive conservation plan, is approved to open to the public for day use (hiking, wildlife observation, photography). However, in order to offer safe and quality experiences to refuge visitors a number of projects must first be completed. Plum Island is planned to open to visitors during summer of 2014 - date TBD. Hog and Pilot Islands are closed to the public and will remain so in order to reduce disturbance to nesting birds.
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The dwarf lake iris is listed on the Endangered Species List and is only found in select habitats in the Great Lakes region.