M-154 AND SOUTH CHANNEL DRIVE

Harsens Island, Clay Township

Marshland birds and raptors can also be seen and heard. The route ends at the end of M-154 with an expansive view of Lake St. Clair with its many species of gull, tern, and waterfowl best viewed with spotting scopes.

 
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Diving ducks are commonly seen in the winter. Other commonly seen species include Pied-billed Grebes, American coots, swallows, Foresters Terns, Tundra and Mute swans, Kingbirds, and a variety of ducks. Eastern Kingbirds, Black Terns (in the summer and fall), marsh birds, eagles can also appear.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Spring and winter are the best viewing seasons

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PARKING

No

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RESTROOMS

No

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TRAIL CONDITION

No

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PICNIC TABLES

No

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BOAT LAUNCH

There is a kayak/canoe launch at the end of
M-154

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FEE

No fee