Watchable Wildlife

by Bill Herd

Seeing wildlife on your vacation to a national park makes the trip extra special. It makes no difference if your primary objective was to see mountains, canyons, swamps or beaches; seeing the park’s wildlife is always a welcome addition to your visit. Viewing wildlife in its natural habitat requires knowledge, patience and lots of time. Most of us, including national park staff, do not have all three of these requirements, especially time. Professional wildlife photographers know that seeing wildlife may take weeks of quietly waiting in just the right spot and still there is no guarantee that they will get a good picture.Continue reading “Watchable Wildlife”

Area Information

Please use the following links to find lodging, food, and other activities in the area.

Benzie County Chamber of Commerce

Empire Chamber of Commerce

Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce

Sleeping Bear Dunes Visitors Bureau

Leelanau Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

Traverse City Chamber of Commerce

Traverse City Convention and Visitors Bureau



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