Live video webcam from Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Seney Michigan.

Welcome to Michigan Snow Cams

See Live Webcams and Weather Conditions from Across the State

Seney Michigan Webcams

Seney National Wildlife Refuge - Seney Michigan

Seney National Wildlife Refuge Seney Michigan Webcam
Webcam Provided By MW Haze Cam


Seney is an unincorporated community in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the United States. The town is built on the outskirts of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It was featured in the Ernest Hemingway short story "Big Two-Hearted River".

A Great Place to Watch Wildlife! In 1935 Seney National Wildlife Refuge was established as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. Today, Seney supports a variety of wildlife, including endangered and reintroduced species. Bald eagles, common loons, and trumpeter swans are regularly seen during the summer months, especially June and July, when they are raising their young. Peak populations of waterfowl are present in early spring and early fall.

Common species observed include Canada geese, hooded mergansers, mallards, black ducks, ring-necked ducks, and wood ducks. Sandhill cranes can be observed in moderate numbers prior to fall migration. Animals that live on the Refuge but are not always seen include black bear, white-tailed deer, coyote, river otter, beaver, ruffed, spruce, and sharp-tailed grouse, yellow rails, and woodcock.

The Northern Hardwoods Cross Country Ski Trail are groomed for traditional diagonal skiing. Trails are groomed as needed, usually just before the weekend if there has been sufficient snowfall.

© Michigan Snow Cams 2016 - contact us