The Jasper Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area is located 50 miles south of Lake Michigan in the cornfields of Northeastern Indiana. In late November you can witness the sights and sounds of up to 30,000 Greater Sandhill Cranes stopping over on their migration south. If you are really lucky you may also see the endangered Whooping Crane visiting or battling the Sandhills. Unfortunately, their is a shooting range nearby and deer hunters abound. Therefore, you will see deer, turkey, birds, coyotes etc. in Goose Pasture avoiding the bullets! A word to the wise, no star gazing in the corn fields unless you are in your car!