The Northwoods of Wisconsin is a region renowned for its large stands of hardwood forests and towering pine forests. These large tracks of forest lands support a number of rare woodland birds. See pileated woodpeckers, bald eagles, osprey, a variety of warblers and more. Dozens of state natural areas protect some of the rarest habitats country. State and national forests protect the large areas of wilderness that many rare birds need to flourish. Birdwatchers will find endless opportunities on the trails and public lands that can be found throughout the five-county region. Make the Northwoods of Wisconsin your next birdwatching destination.