The Seney Natural History Association (SNHA) is a non-profit organization that has helped fund programs at Seney National Wildlife Refuge since 1987. Profits from the Visitor Center's bookstore sales, membership dues and generous donations help the Association accomplish its mission.The mission of the SNHA is, “to promote a better understanding and appreciation of the natural history and natural environment of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, by working in cooperation with refuge staff to support its mission.”SNHA1606 Refuge Entrance Rd.Seney, MI 49883906-586-9851 x15
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Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers can be found at the refuge year-round. Although difficult to tell apart, the downy woodpecker is smaller than the hairy and its beak is noticeably shorter. Look for these birds hopping up and down the trunks and branches of trees searching for insects.