The Horicon Marsh is a natural treasure, a vast wetland that’s visited every season by endless flocks of migratory birds. It’s a wonder worth exploring and a special floating boardwalk trail will take you into the heart of the winged action. It’s called the Egret Trail and it’s perfect for any nature lover – just don’t forget to bring your binoculars and a sense of wonder. Here’s what you need to know about this beautiful boardwalk trail in Wisconsin.

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The Egret Trail can be a spectacular place for a summer stroll, but to see the largest flocks of birds, visit during the sporing or fall migration. If walking isn’t your thing, there’s also an auto tour you can take that gives you some nice views of the marsh. Learn more on the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area website. While you’re in the area, you may want to pay the charming town of Horicon a visit.

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