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In Driftless Wisconsin you’ll find steep bluffs rising in stark contrast to the beautiful river valleys that make up our unique region of southwestern Wisconsin. A simple glance skyward during this time of year will reveal the many flocks of birds that make their way south during the fall bird migration. Nestled along the historic Great River Road, Driftless Wisconsin is a bird watching enthusiast’s paradise. Here you’ll find over 250 miles of incredible scenery and protected natural areas that provide the perfect habitat for birds during their fall bird migration. In fact, the scenic overlooks along the Mississippi River offer some of the best places in North America to view majestic bald eagles. If an afternoon spent overlooking this scenic beauty while you search the skies for the many migrating birds sounds appealing, then now is the time to book your room at our Vacation Rental, located in the heart of Driftless Wisconsin.
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Warmer temperatures mean that wildlife and bird activity pick up, especially for waterfowl and water birds. Take a step outside your door, and you’ll hear that bird song is much more prevalent, as cardinals, chickadees, finches, robins, and sparrows increased their vocal activity. The hilly terrain and lush vegetation found throughout the Driftless Area, in addition to its close proximity to the Mississippi River Flyway, combines for unparalleled Wisconsin birding. If you’re a Wisconsin birding enthusiast, then stay at our beautiful Vacation Rental, located in the heart of Driftless Wisconsin.
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15662 Vance Rd
Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin 54655
Our family stayed in mid-August. We had a very relaxing visit. The house is comfortable and the property is encircled by hills, making the experience a unique getaway. We enjoyed building bonfires each night, hanging out in the nice living room and taking the surprisingly lengthy hikes that are all on the property. Mornings started with coffee on the second story porch overlooking the meadow and hills, evenings ended with zero noise except that made by nature or our family. Each night there was a canopy of bright stars that weren't diluted by light pollution. We enjoyed hiking Wildcat Mountain, canoeing down the Kickapoo, roasting smores and hanging out. My son and I tried our luck at trout fishing in a nearby stream (Tainter?). It was an enjoyable, unique experience although we didn't catch anything. We'll be back.
- Dave, Eau Claire, WI