Seney and Huron National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Plan

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Cover of the Seney and Harbor Island Wilderness Plan

The 1978 wilderness management plan for the Seney and Harbor Islands Wilderness Areas. 

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Foggy sunrise at Seney.
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge and its Whitefish Point Unit are nestled in the eastern portion of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Slow down, relax and unwind as you enjoy winding roads, beautiful vistas and the local wildlife that populate these forests, wetlands and waters. These tracts of land...
Lighthouse Island with the Lighthouse in the mist.
Eight small islands, totaling 147 acres, make up the Huron National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is located just three miles off the south shore of Lake Superior in Marquette County, Michigan. The refuge was established in 1905 as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife,...