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Huron National Wildlife Refuge

Photo: Garrett Peterson/USFWS, Refuge Manager Sara Siekierski and Regional Director Tom Melius

The Huron Islands are a group of eight small, rocky islands in Lake Superior, located about three miles offshore from the mouth of the Huron River in northwestern Marquette County, Michigan. Together they comprise the Huron National Wildlife Refuge, which was established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1905.

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