Wisconsin Bays And Environment: It Not All Cheese
Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on September 14th, 2011
Wisconsin is famous for fabulous cheese, but there is much more to this magnificent state than cheese. Wisconsin has 6 bays throughout the state. They each have unique characteristics and wildlife.
Chequamegon Bay is an inlet of Lake Superior. This bay is well known for small mouth bass fishing. One can find waterfowl, shorebirds and an occasional songbird here. The famous Green Bay is located at the sub basin of Lake Michigan. An area that is a must for bird watchers, they even have their own sanctuary here. Spend the day on the famous Bay Beach and watching birds is a perfect way to spend the day in Green Bay.
Oronto Bay is an arm of Lake Superior. This bay empties into the Lake Superior water falls. A picturesque beautiful area, one can see why this bay provides tranquility by listening to the water falling. Pokegama Bay,
is a small bay is between Minnesota and Wisconsin. It is common to see pelicans here resting in the peaceful environment. Cabin rentals are big here as a way to relax and fishing, seems to be a way of life.
Sturgeon Bay has over 9437 residents that call it home. located on lake sturgeon, this area is well known for it architecture. Visit St. Joseph’s Catholic or historic 3rd avenue. Superior Bay is located on the magnificent Lake Superior. This 7 mile long bay, gets water from St. Louis River and the Great Lakes. This area has posh accommodations for great getaways. It is easy to see why so many people travel to Wisconsin to visit their great bays.