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Plant Community Viewing

A place to explore a particular community of plant types
Greenways Birding Trail
A site along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Sites along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Thunder Bay River Access In Alpena
Kayak Launch at Duck Park in Alpena
Fletcher Pond and Floodwaters Public Boat Launch
Grand Lake Boat Launch Minutes From Alpena
Beautiful State Recreation Area Minutes From Alpena
Alpena County's Largest Park
A grass- and sedge-dominated community
A conifer or conifer-hardwood forest type
A sedge- and rush-dominated lacustrine wetland
Fen with sedges and wildflowers located on north side of bay
Coastal Geology Feature
Karst geology features are prominent around El Cajon Bay.
An open herbaceous wetland dominated by sedges and rushes
Shallow bay with intermittent wetlands
Pristine coastal wetland with scattered small islands of cedar trees
Located in the Alpena Township Nature Preserve on El Cajon and Misery Bays
Alpena Township Nature Preserve
Sand Ridges in Coastal Lake Plain
Old River Channels
Shallow, bedrock influenced bay within Thunder Bay
A Unique Natural Feature
Award Winning Nursery in North East Michigan
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