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Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area and International Education Center 
Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
   
Allenton and Theresa Marsh State Wildlife Area

Shaw Marsh State Wildlife Area
Kettle Moraine State Forest - Northern Unit, Ice Age Trail Visitor Center & Haskell Noyes Woods State Natural Area
Spruce Lake Bog State Natural Area - Northern Unit Kettle Moraine State Forest
Eldorado State Wildlife Area
Mullet Creek State Wildlife Area
Jackson Marsh State Wildlife Area and State Natural Area
Milwaukee River Floodplain Forest State Natural Area
Nashotah County Park
Riveredge Nature Center
Rush Lake State Natural Area
Theresa Marsh State Wildlife Area - Northern Unit
Marsh Haven Nature Center
Lac Lawrann Conservancy
Lizard Mound County Park


River's Bend Inn

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Audubon Inn

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Honeybee Inn Bed and Breakfast
We are located at the edge of the Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Area. Horicon Marsh, the largest fresh-water cattail marsh in the US, is a world renowned birding area with over 33,000 acres. The marsh provides habitat for endangered species and is a critical rest stop for thousands of migrating ducks and Canada geese. It is recognized as one of only 22 'Wetlands of International Importance' in the United States and is both a globally and state important Bird Area and a unit of the Ice Age Scientific Reserve. Over 300 species of birds have been observed here, making it one of the premier birding areas in the entire United States. The interior of Horicon Marsh is home to a wide variety of marsh birds, from ducks and geese to giant white pelicans, herons, egrets and cormorants. However, the scattered woodlands also provide home to a great array of songbirds that can be found during migration times as well as all summer. Take a pontoon boat tour or rent a canoe or kayak nearby.

Horicon, Wisconsin
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