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Horicon Marsh is an internationally renowned wildlife refuge. “Horicon Marsh is this amazing wetland, freshwater cattail marsh in the contiguous United States,” Liz Herzmann, a wildlife educated mentioned. This impressive land also holds an abundance of wildlife for everyone to enjoy!
The Horicon Marsh Visitor and Education Center has a wide variety of activities that the public can enjoy. This includes bird-watching, hiking trails, canoeing, kayaking and more. In 2015, Horicon Marsh updated its facilities to make it more family-friendly and interactive with visitors. The main level offers a viewing area, a children’s discovery center, and a gift shop. The lower level houses the Explorium, where visitors get hands-on experience with of marsh life, guided tours are also available!
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