Birding Trails in Wisconsin
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Birding Trails in Wisconsin

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1 - 47 mi
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Wisconsin has 11 birding trails. These trails range from 1 to 47.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Gandy Dancer Trail, Swan Lake State Wildlife Area and Kettle View Trail. Trails.com member Jill M. recently completed Pheasant Branch Conservancy.
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Following the construction of another dam in 1900, hundreds of acres of wetland were lost ...
Find the springs that feed Lake Wingra, visit the gardens, and explore the 1,200 acres ...
Lapham Peak, named for a local scientist and naturalist, is the highest point in Waukesha ...
A 300-acre nature preserve that stretches along the shore of Lake Mendota from just past ...
This 56-acre conservation park is laid out along a glacial drumlin, or small hill, not ...
Explore environmental history on this hike through the world’s first restored prairie. ...
This hike visits the shores of Lake Waubesa, one of the major lakes in the immediate Madison ...
Low-lying hills offer great views of prairie and wetlands, and a floating boardwalk allows ...
Explore an overgrown trail along a dike through wetlands to an island of oak savanna surrounded ...
Pheasant Branch Creek Corridor Trail is a hiking and biking trail in City of Middleton, ...
The Gandy Dancer has a nice mix of woodlot, farm, marsh, and lake scenery, with frequent ...
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