The Tiffany Bottoms State Wildlife Area in western Wisconsin is a 13,000 acre jewel and the largest and most important floodplain forest in Wisconsin. It's a birders' paradise and you can find nearly every species of bird that lives in Wisconsin. One of the best ways to view this remote location is by train. A volunteer group of railroad enthusiasts offers a limited number of trips.
Aired: 06/11/09Video has closed captioning.