The coordinates of starved rock are 40.3198 degrees North and 88.9934 degrees west.
This is a satellite image of Starved Rock. The coordinates for Starved Rock are 41.3198 degrees north, and 88.9934 degrees west.
Lake Vermilion Area Wildlife. Keep your eyes and ears open (and a camera handy) for the many exciting creatures that call the Lake Vermilion area home. You may see deer, moose, mink, otter, muskrat, pine marten, raccoon, porcupine, bear and maybe even a timber wolf. Sometimes it’s a spotted white tail fawn seen playing in the early dawn of June. Maybe it’s the sight of strutting wild turkeys or black striped raccoons scampering across the grass. For many it will always be the soar of an eagle above the frozen river on a cold January day. Whatever the encounter, the many species of wildlife and birds that inhabit and migrate to Starved Rock arouse our curiosity and capture our hearts. The excitement of viewing these creatures in their natural setting never pales. Whether you are here for a casual Sunday afternoon with your family or a serious nature study, Starved Rock will provide a great experience.
The indians were driven into a cave by a rival tribe and starved their.
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