© Photographed April 7, 2017
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin
National Wildlife Refuge
For centuries, humans have been part of the Necedah landscape. Today refuge staff use a variety of tools to influence a landscape where plants and animals change with the rhythms of the seasons. Rains flood the wetlands. As the water recedes, the wetlands provide food for migrating birds. Wildflowers bloom, fade, and produce seeds. Fires open areas to sunlight. Birds noisily announce their arrival on spring and fall migrations.
The landscapes and wildlife of Necedah have endured through time. Come and explore the diverse habitats that make this place special. The time of day, time of year, and your powers of observation shape what you see and how you will see it. Many opportunities to explore lie just outside the door.
The marker is located inside the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, and is accessible from Headquarters Road, about 2 miles north of its intersection with westbound Wisconsin Highway 21, at or near N11385 Headquarters Road, Necedah, Wisconsin 54646.
NOTE: The Visitor Center is very easy to find -- just stay on Headquarters Road and follow the signs.
The marker is inside the entrance to the visitor center.
The Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center . . .
The entrance to the Visitor Center . . .
The sign is located at the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Visitor Center in Necedah, Wisconsin.