George W Mead Wildlife Area

Articles: George W Mead Wildlife Area

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    Introduce Your Kids to Hunting in Wisconsin

    Hunting is a proud Wisconsin tradition, often passed from generation to generation. Here are some resources, events, and educational opportunities for youth to become involved and keep Wisconsin's hunting heritage going strong for years to come! Read More
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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