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  • Cedar Waxwing

    Birdwatchers: Up to Date Bird Sightings

    Birdwatchers stay up to date with bird sightings on the refuge.

    Up to Date Bird Sightings

  • Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Fan us on Facebook

    Join us on Facebook and stay up to date on what is happening at the refuge.

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  • Youth in the Outdoors - Stream Safari

    Support the Friends Group

    Support Seney Natural History Association! The non-profit group helps the refuge put on special events, hire interns, and much more!

    Seney Natural History Association

  • Common loon with chicks on its back by Dan Irizarry

    Introducing Seney Wildlife Refuge

    This three minute introduction to the refuge contains footage from the Seney Natural History Association film "The Wonder of Nature.”

    Seney National Wildlife Refuge Promo Video

  • Bird-on-the-wing

    Enjoy Photos of the Refuge

    Enjoy photos of the refuge, courtesy of the refuge’s friends group – Seney Natural History Association.

    Seney Natural History Association Flickr Page

Whitefish Point Unit

Whitefish Point Unit

Snowy Owl eating Grebe by Sara D'Angelo

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

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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

National Wildlife Refuge System

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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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News

Morning Bus Tours

American Bittern

Join us for our final morning tour October 10, 2014. Meet at the visitor center at 10am tours last about 2½ hours.

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Page Photo Credits — Snowy Trail, © Craig Pierzchalski, 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, Pileated Woodpecker Chicks - Jeremy Maslowski/USFWS, Downy Woodpecker, © Naji Hussenini
Last Updated: Oct 04, 2014
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