Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge hosts more than 258 species of birds and is a premier production site for trumpeter swans. It features nesting bald eagles, golden-winged warblers, otters, porcupine, wolves and more. A five-mile wildlife drive will take you on a journey along the edges of forests, marshes and meadows. Scenic overlooks with spotting scopes are available to enhance your views. Wildlife watching is exceptional year round. Whether you hike the trails, launch a boat or cross-county ski your way through the Refuge, you’ll feel the wildness of the North Woods.