This unique pink and yellow flower known as pale corydalis or rock harlequin is commonly found at Huron National Wildlife Refuge.
The emphasis at Huron National Wildlife Refuge is to preserve and maintain the island's habitats and resources while providing opportunities for compatible visitor use and biological or ecological research.
View the Comprehensive Conservation Plan for Gravel Island, Green Bay, Harbor Island, Huron, and Michigan Islands National Wildlife Refuges.
View the 2015 Habitat Management Plan for Harbor Island NWR, Huron NWR, and Michigan Islands NWR.
Payne, C. and Zweber, S. 2013. Huron Islands Wilderness, Seney National Wildlife Refuge Report on Wilderness Character Monitoring. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Wildflowers like this bluebead are abundant at Huron National Wildlife Refuge in the spring. Later, brilliant blue berries will replace these delicate yellow blossoms.