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Haven Hill Natural Area

Recognition: Legally Dedicated Natural Area,
National Natural Landmark
Haven Hill Natural Area location map
Size: 721 acres
Location: Within the Highland Recreation Area in Oakland County, 14 miles west of Pontiac on route M-59
Management: Highland Recreation Area
Activities: Bird watching, wildflower viewing, hiking, outdoor education, nature study, volunteer stewardship
Importance:
The Haven Hill Natural Area has all of southern Michigan's principal forest types within one small area, including swamp forest of tamarack, cedar, beech-maple forest, oak-hickory forest, and mixed hardwood forest. The area has remained largely undisturbed for the past 75 years and has retained its natural character as well as some unusual flora and fauna. It is an excellent educational facility which is used by universities and international organizations. Late April and early May are the best times to view warblers and spring wildflowers.


Haven Hill Natural Area


Haven Hill Natural Area

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