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  • Prairie and Water-Loving Birds of Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 9/19/2014

    Wisconsin birds change up their migration patterns dramatically around weather patterns. Thousands pass through different locations in Wisconsin while picking a place to migrate. Here are just four of hundreds of species and where to find them.

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  • Fall Flocks Peak at Necedah

    Last Updated: 8/18/2010

    The 44,000-acre Necedah Wildlife Refuge is a special place, encompassing the largest wetland bog in the state as well as extensive forest habitat and rare oak savannas.

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  • For the Birds

    Last Updated: 4/30/2010

    Inside the 32,000 acres of Horicon Marsh – our nation’s largest freshwater cattail marsh – hundreds of bird species nest and nourish. From egrets to owls, hawks to herons, birds of all kinds thrive on Horicon’s complex and rich ecological web.

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  • Beyond Lambeau Field: Discover Green Bay’s Local Treasures

    Last Updated: 4/30/2010

    You may be so football-clueless that you think the word “Lombardi” describes a style of pasta. Even so, the Green Bay area offers plenty of great things to do.

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  • Not Just for the Birds

    Last Updated: 2/23/2007

    The Woodson is probably best known for its annual Birds in Art exhibit, held from September through early November. The show draws about 1,000 entries a year from artists around the world.

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  • Top 5 Birding Trails in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Wisconsin is a spectacular place to bird-watch, from loons on a northern lake in summer to bald eagles above the Wisconsin River in winter, to the great spring and fall migrations of swans, cranes, geese, and others.

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  • National Treasures

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Your love of the outdoors is probably one of the reasons you enjoy traveling in Wisconsin. Similarly, our love of the outdoors has created a tradition of stewardship, conservation and a world of national treasures that have been explored by visitors literally for generations.

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  • Wing Your Way Through Wild Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    Wisconsin's mighty rivers and many protected wildlife refuges make great natural habitat for eagles, whooping cranes...and the people who love to watch them.

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