The jack pine forests that cover the hills and valleys of northern Michigan are home to Michigan's rarest bird, the Kirtland's warbler. Special areas have been managed through timber harvest, tree planting and controlled burning to maintain the world's only nesting grounds for the elusive Kirtland's Warbler. Tours daily at 7am Monday through Friday and 7am and 11am on the weekend, from mid May to July 4, leave from Hartwick Pines State Park. Recreation Passport is necessary to enter the park - $11 Michigan resident annual; $31 out of state annual; $9 daily. For groups of five or more, call Mi.Audubon at 517-641-4277
2833 Monarch Dr.
Hartwick Pines State Park
Grayling, MI 49738
Phone: (989) 348-2537
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