Photographers, have you captured great shots of Seney National Wildlife Refuge? Photos of the refuge are needed and you may be able to help. Photos may be used on the refuge website, on signs, in brochures and other publications, by the refuge friends group, or may be used in other ways to help promote the refuge, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or the National Wildlife Refuge System.
Photos are needed of:
Please refer to the rules and regulation for specific details.
To donate a photograph, please fill out the Copyright Release Agreement (FWS Form 3-2259) then either mail a digital copy to:
Seney National Wildlife Refugec/o Visitor Services Manager1674 Refuge Entrance RoadSeney, MI 49883
Or email a copy to:
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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.