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Tuttle Marsh - Birding Site

Greenways Birding Trail
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7 miles west off old U.S 23 on Federal Forest Road 4546 Rd

Wetland/waterfowl/woodland /osprey (s,su)

Key for best birding season- y (year round) s (spring) su (summer) f (fall) w (winter)

 

Source: Peggy Ridgway, AuSable Valley Audubon Society

Tuttle Marsh is a 5,000 acre wetland complex in the Huron National Forest.

To access Tuttle Marsh: 

From Oscoda, take Old US 23 about 5 miles wet to Tuttle Marsh Road, turn left into the entrance road. 

From Tawas, travel north on Wilbur Road to Sherman Road, turn right on May Road, right on Brooks Road, left on Swan Road, left on Davison and follow to Tuttle Marsh Road. 

Available in Spring Available in Summer

GPS Coordinates:
44.36337, -83.46352
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