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A 4,000-acre wetland with black spruce and tamarack swamp forest, largely open heath, with alder wetland shrub edges and smaller -ôislands-ö and peninsulas of second-growth mixed upland forest. Birds common to these habitats include the Lincoln Sparrow, Golden-crowned Kinglet, White-throated Sparrow, Golden-winged Warbler, Sedge Wren, Alder Flycatcher, Black and White Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, and Mourning Warbler.
This site is within the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. From Jump River travel east 7 miles on Cty. D, then south on FR 113 two miles -û the swamp is on the east side of the road; or, from Jump River travel east 10 miles on Cty. D, then south 2 miles