Whitefish Point Unit
The Whitefish Point Unit (53 acres) of Seney National Wildlife Refuge is located about 11 miles north of Paradise, Michigan. The unit is a stop-over for birds migrating to and from Canada.Whitefish Point Unit
About the Complex
Seney National Wildlife Refuge also manages Huron, Harbor Island, Michigan Islands National Wildlife Refuges and Kirtland's Warbler Wildlife Management Area.
Seney is managed as part of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge.
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About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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- November 13, 2013
Deer hunters the Regular Firearms Deer Season opens on November 15. Hunters wishing to camp on the Refuge must stop by the Refuge Headquarters office to register their site. Camping and backcountry roads open November 13.Hunting
Enjoy information about the loons of Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Common Loon Update Fall
There are a lot of plants and animals on the refuge that we would love to feature on our website, in brochures and publications or to help promote the refuge. Refuge staff does not have the time or talent to capture them all so we are looking for your help. Do you have a high quality photo you would like to donate? We really appreciate your help in collecting these wonderful images.Call for Photographers
The end of May is a great time to watch for warblers at the refuge. One of the best places to see warblers on the refuge is from the Pine Ridge Nature Trail.
Page Photo Credits Misty Morning Sunrise, © Candice Massey, Cedar Waxwing - Dawn Marsh, SNHA Intern, Yellow-rumped Warbler, © Larry McGahey, Stream Invertebrates Class - Jan Barrett/USFWS, Common Loon with Chicks - Dan Irizarry/2011 Photo Contest, Bird-on-the-wing - Dawn Marsh, SNHA Intern, Snowy Owl Eating a Grebe, Sara D'Angelo/2012 Photo Contest - 2nd Place Wildlife Category, Common Loon in Nest with Chick, © Teresa McGill, Nature in Motion, Dragonfly (Common Green Darner) - Dawn Kopp/2011 Photo Contest: 2nd Place Wildlife Category, Pileated Woodpecker Chicks - Jeremy Maslowski/USFWS, Yellow Warbler - © Keith Parish
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2013