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Real Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts: Bird watching


Wisconsin Real Bed and Breakfasts: BrambleberryBrambleberry Bed and Breakfast (Taylor) is home to many birds. We have a variety of songbirds, game birds and larger predatory birds like hawks and eagles. During the spring and summer we have hummingbirds who help pollinate our flower gardens during the day and whippoorwills whose night song can be heard at dusk and dawn.
We're also a short drive from the 6,226-acre Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge for some of the nation's best birding opportunities. The refuge, along side the Mississippi River, serves as a major migratory flight path for several species of birds.
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Gilbert Huson House
Gilbert Huson House (Plymouth): Lots of birds call Plymouth their destination. A blue heron visits the Mullet River, as do hawks, owls and many others.
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Cameo Rose Cameo Rose (Belleville) Professional birders say they see more birds at our property than on professional bird tours.
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Franklin Victorian B&BFranklin Victorian B&B (Sparta) Sparta is close to several great birding and animal-watching sites, including: Fort McCoy, Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Sandhill Wildlife Area and Upper Mississippi River. A single weekend of birding can lead you to many different habitats in just the local area. There are Tundra Swans in late October/November, Trumpeter Swans nesting in the cranberry bogs, loons in the same areas, Whooping Cranes at Necedah, Canvasback migration on the Mississippi and Sandhill Crane staging area at Sandhill Wildlife Area, with 5,000 to 10,000 birds flying over your head at night.
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