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3002 Conger Street, Port Huron
Mourning doves, gulls, Golden eagles, Black scoters, and ducks are commonly seen. Rare sightings include Great Black-Backed gulls, and jaegers
Lighthouse Park: Text
From March through December, the Cove supports Belted Kingfishers and Great Blue Herons. During migration, the shoreline is a regular stopover site for Spotted Sandpipers, migrating ducks and occasionally Least Bittern. During the winter, it's a great place to look for Bald Eagles and winter finches. In spring and fall, the trees are often filled with warblers and thrushes. Rare species include Yellow-crowned Night Herons, Glaucous Gulls, Connecticut Warblers, Louisiana Waterthrushes, and Pileated Woodpeckers.
Lighthouse Park: Activities
Below is a list of amenities available at this property.
Winter is the best viewing season
Paved parking, with lighting, is available
Permanent restrooms are available on this property
No formal trail
Picnic tables and picnic shelters are available
There is no boat launch, but canoe and kayak access is available
Lighthouse Park: List
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