• A quiet summer walk through the Marching Bear Group of effigy mounds

    Effigy Mounds

    National Monument Iowa

Photo Gallery

 
Mounds in Fall
Marching Bear Group in Autumn
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Sunrise in the Forest at Effigy Mounds

Sunrise in the Forest at Effigy Mounds National Monument

NPS Photo

Sunrise in the Forest Near Fire Point

 
Sunrise at Fire Point with Fog

Early Morning Fog over the upper Mississippi River

NPS Photo

Foggy Sunrise Over The Mississippi River
 
View of Mississippi River from Fire Point

View of Mississippi River from Fire Point

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View of Mississippi River from Fire Point
 
Sunrise at Fire Point

Sunrise at Fire Point

NPS Photo

Sunrise at Fire Point
 

Did You Know?

Bird Mounds: Effigy Mounds National Monument today - is a sacred site to many American Indians.

Effigy Mounds National Monument is located in territory that was hotly contested by Indians and the American government. In 1832, the U.S. forced the Sauk and Fox tribes to cede land south of the “Neutral Ground” along the Mississippi River, which included the lands of the present National Monument.