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Whitehouse Nature Center

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611 E. Porter St.
Albion, MI 49224
Regions: Albion
(517) 629-0582
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Whithouse is Albion College’s biggest classroom. There are five miles of trails and a visitors center with a wildlife observation room and live exhibits of local reptiles and amphibians.

Explore acres of hickory and floodplain forests as you search for 170 species of birds and more than 400 plant species. Take time to smell the flowers when walking through the Adele D. Whitehouse Wildflower Garden on the Prairie Trail. While hiking, you'll come across the Kalamazoo River and four small ponds. If you’re interested in history, go on the History Trail, which tells the story of the land.

Students interested in experimental plantings or agricultural research are digging into acres of farmland that have been reserved for student projects. There’s also an immersive research area for prairie studies.

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