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Indian River
Modoc Marsh
N45° 26.027'
W84° 35.496'
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    The Sandhill Crane and Loon are a common sight as you travel northeast of Indian River. Marsh land covers a large area and holds lots of wild life, flowering plants and a wide variety of birds. There is even a pair of eagles that nest in a tall tree to the north end of the marsh.
    Swans also nest through out this stretch of the river and can be very protective of their young. Bass, pike, panfish, walleye, trout, muskie, you never know. I have found most every type of fish is in this river at one time or another through the year.
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