Cable, Wisconsin, is truly a nature lover’s dream vacation destination. Located in the heart of the national forest, the Cable area is full of exciting attractions and sights that the whole family will enjoy! Fishing, paddling, golfing, hiking, and so much more make the Cable area a Northwoods paradise. Lakewoods Resort on Lake Namakagon offers amazing lodgings and recreational amenities to ensure your stay in Cable, whether for business or pleasure, is a time to remember forever. Our resort has so many amazing things to do and we recommend getting familiar with the local fauna and floral. Birding is a great activity to start your Northern Wisconsin journey! The birds of Wisconsin are plentiful and a sight to behold. Lakewoods Resort welcomes you to have an owl-some summer vacation this year. 

Birding in Northern Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a rich diversity of bird species, with more than 400 species recorded in the state, including abundant eagles, egrets, herons, and kingfishers, and a long list of migratory birds. The Wisconsin Society of Ornithology has an in-depth checklist of Wisconsin birds. They host field trips, bird clubs, programs, and more. We recommend scouring their website as it’s a great resource for birdwatching tips, resources, and tricks. The Cable area is conveniently near so many birding hotspots and pristine wildlife areas. If you want to stay close to “home,” you can relax by the lakeside at Lakewoods Resort with a pair of binoculars and wait for the birds to come to you. Go for a drive to visit these nearby birding spots: 

  • Chippewa Flowage: home to Wisconsin’s third-largest lake and dotted with over 200 uninhabited islands, full of native species just waiting to be spotted (and maybe photographed)
  • Day Lake: this is a place for extraordinary wildlife viewing—there are many chances to watch eagles, waterfowl, grouse, and several other birds. Your furry friends are welcome but must remain on a leash of course
  • Lynch Creek State Wildlife Area: the shrubby wetland area hosts Belted Kingfisher, snipe, flycatchers, swallows, warblers, rail, Great Blue Heron, bitterns, Sandpipers, and many ducks. Many of the wetland birds are active at night, perfect for a moonlit walk

Perhaps you want to journey farther than the Cable area, so search the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s list of fantastic birding locations

Return to Home After a Long Day of Birding

Treat yourself to a summer getaway at Lakewoods Resort on Lake Namakagon. We offer an assortment of lodging options for families and groups of nearly every size. After a long day with the birds of Wisconsin, treat yourself to a delicious meal at our on-site restaurant, Lakeside Restaurant. Book your summer stay online or call us at 800-255-5937

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