Recent KBS News
- MSU Today Features Research by KBS Grad Student Jorge Celi
- Two KBS graduate students awarded NSF Fellowships
- W.K. III Visits KBS
- LTER Agriculture and Ecology Walking Tour Opens
- Go Green!
- Liz Schultheis Wins 2012-13 Fields Teaching Award
- Research by KBS Faculty featured in National Geographic
- The Nests are Coming!
- KBS's Nicholas Ballew receives Hensley Scholarship
- Spring Has Arrived!
|Visit Kellogg Biological Station (KBS)|
Activities ranging from adult classes to children's summer camps to historical tours are available throughout the year. Consult the events calendar to schedule your next visit.
The NPS North Country Trail also runs through KBS. You may park at the Bird Sanctuary Trailhead and hike in.
If you would like to come to KBS with an educational group or schedule a guided tour for a group, please fill out our online KBS Tour Contact Form at least one month before your visit.
Please note that no reservations are considered final until you receive confirmation from the KBS units you wish to visit.
See the KBS Tour page for more information.
Researchers that wish to use KBS lands or laboratories as a research site, or to collect/remove plants or animals from KBS MUST fill out a Research Site Use Request Form at least three months in advance of their visit.