Trempealeau Lakes State Wildlife Area

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The Trempealeau Lakes State Wildlife Area is only 164 acres in size, but has a mix of habitats that draw a nice variety of animals and birds. The lakes are separated from the Mississippi River by marshes and are ringed with floodplain forests of maple and river birch. Canoe or hike the area to see cuckoos, Red-shouldered Hawk and Belted Kingfishers. Great Horned and Barred Owls nest here along with Pileated and Red-bellied Woodpeckers. In the winter, springs keep part of the lakes open for birds like the Great Blue Heron who sometimes winter here. Prairie restorations hold grassland birds including Song Sparrows, Common Yellowthroats and Willow Flycatchers. The lakes are host to many species of waterfowl.

Nearby Places

Enchanted Driftless 8/10/2017 - 9/09/2017 La Crosse - 16.2 miles away
Aotearoa Abstractions 8/10/2017 - 9/09/2017 La Crosse - 16.2 miles away
Concerts In the Park 5/31/2017 - 8/23/2017 Sparta - 31.96 miles away
Larryfest 8/17/2017 - 8/19/2017 La Farge - 45.49 miles away
Sounds Like Summer Concert Series 6/01/2017 - 8/31/2017 Eau Claire - 56 miles away
Juneau County Fair 8/13/2017 - 8/20/2017 Mauston - 69.64 miles away
Music in the Park 6/16/2017 - 8/26/2017 River Falls - 84.17 miles away