PORT HURON
STATE GAME AREA

6181 Lapeer Road, Clyde Township

This site's diverse habitats attract a large variety of bird species and the area is best known for nesting wood warblers including Blue-winged and Golden-winged (plus their hybrids), Mourning, and Cerulean warblers. Visitors can also expect to see many species of woodpeckers, flycatchers, shorebirds, swallows, and raptors.

 
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Visitors can expect to see flycatchers, warblers, woodpeckers, grosbeaks, vireos, Eastern Phoebes, Indigo Buntings, Northern Bobwhites, and Pectoral Sandpipers. Rare sightings include Pileated woodpeckers, warbler migrations -- Cerulean warblers, Mourning warblers, Brewster's warblers, Blue-winged warblers, and Golden-winged warbler, swallows, and eagles.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Year-round viewing is available

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PARKING

No prepared lots

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RESTROOMS

No restrooms

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TRAIL CONDITION

There is a trail, but it is not paved

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PICNIC TABLES

No picnic tables or shelters

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BOAT LAUNCH

No boat launch

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FEE

No fee