Michigan Islands National Wildlife Refuge is closed to the public.
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More than 150 species of birds and four species of mammals have been observed using the islands. These islands support numerous species of colonial nesting waterbirds such as ring-billed and herring gulls, double-crested cormorants and Caspian and common terns. Other bird species found breeding on these islands, include spotted sandpipers, killdeer, and a variety of waterfowl, raptors and songbirds.