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Best Places to see Wildlife in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota

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We (Dad, Mom, Son 17, Daughter 14) will be visiting Chicago, Door County and the Mall of America in June. We have 3 or 4 days to tour Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin and Minnesota in bewteen Door County and Minneapolis.

We definately want to spend a day exploring the North Shore of Lake Superior, but I'm not sure where else to go. Pictured Rocks and Seney Wildlife Refuge seem pretty far out of the way. I am considering one night around Porcupine Mountain State Park.

We are mainly interested in seeing wildlife such as Bears, Eagles and Moose, without having to hike deep into the woods or camp out. (Think Yellowstone) Our secondary desire is great scenery.

What are the best places for seeing wildlife between Door County and Duluth?

Thanks, Rich

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