George W Mead Wildlife Area

Articles: George W Mead Wildlife Area

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    For the Birds

    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. Read More
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    Top 5 Birding Trails in Wisconsin

    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. Read More