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Geology

View interesting features of Michigan's geologic past
Greenways Birding Trail
Sites along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Beautiful State Recreation Area Minutes From Alpena
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Drumlin Hill Features
Drumlin Hill Features
Drumlin Hill Features
Limestome deposits that form an ancient coral reef
Limestone cobble shore
Limestone cobble shore
Cobble beach and shoals off northern tip of island
Coastal Geology Feature
Karst geology features are prominent around El Cajon Bay.
Outlet of underground bedrock stream
Sand Deposits from Glacial Lake Nipissing
Pristine coastal wetland with scattered small islands of cedar trees
Shoreline from Post Glacial Lake Nipissing (4,500 years ago)
Limestone bedrock lakeshore
Located in the Alpena Township Nature Preserve on El Cajon and Misery Bays
The islands and numerous shoals are sutbborn remnants of bedrock
Sand Ridges in Coastal Lake Plain
Old River Channels
An inland sandy ridge from Alpena to Black River
Sand Deposits from Glacial Lake Nipissing
Important bird nesting site.
A Unique Natural Feature
One of the largest collapse valleys in the Great Lakes region!
A Beautiful Preserve To See Natural Sinkholes
Sand islands and ridges surrounded by swamps
Can be viewed from Wessel Road
A large undeveloped recreation area with a lot of things to explore!
 
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