Lake Bailey Wildlife Sanctuary

MI

Lake Bailey Wildlife Sanctuary

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This is an entirely wooded 405 acre sanctuary in Keweenaw County. The low area immediately adjacent to the parking area is cedar swamp but is usually dry and passable using the hiking trail. The trail traverse a steep incline through a hardwood forest to a precipice overlooking the area. Migrating birds of prey are especially abundant in the spring, most notably, Broad-winged Hawk, Sharp-Shinned Hawk, and the occasional Peregrine Falcon and American Bald Eagle.

Amenities: Parking. Maintained Trails.

Follow M-26 north of Calumet, and continue through Eagle Harbor. The sanctuary is four miles east. Parking is on the south side of the road just past the Little Silver River Bridge.

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