Experience Spring in Michigan’s Paradise

Yellow Rumped Warbler, by LarryMcGahey, 5/13/2009
Whitefish Point Bird Observatory

Daily temperatures begin to rise, daylight hours expand, the snow begins to melt, and the world awakens to new beginnings. Whitefish Point becomes the focal point of birds migrating north. Admirer’s hoping to spot a rare bird or identify and count a wide variety of hawks and waterfowl, migrate to Whitefish Point as well. April 29 to May 1 is the 28th Annual Spring Fling, a celebration of North American Bird Migrations sponsored by the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory.   Read More . . .

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

The Anishinaabe, the original people to settle in the Paradise area, identify the Tahquamenon in spring as an awakening of the earth to spring and a rebirth. The shear volume of water cascading across a span of 200 feet at the upper falls and dropping some 50 feet below (five stories) is breathtaking. Make plans to include a visit to the Tahquamenon Falls State Park this spring.     Read More . . .

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