Brockway Mountain Drive Sanctuary
Located in a major migratory flyway, this 394-acre Michigan Audubon sanctuary in Keweenaw County is entirely wooded with a mixture of northern conifers and hardwoods. Its highest point is along Brockway Ridge, which is easily accessible by Brockway Drive. Views are spectacular, and bird life includes migrating birds of prey such as Broad-winged and Sharp-shinned Hawks and the occasional Golden Eagle. Twinflower, many orchids, plants of rock outcroppings, and wet forest are found on the property.
What to see: Broad-winged and Sharp-shinned Hawk, Golden Eagle.
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