Horicon National Wildlife Refuge

Articles: Horicon National Wildlife Refuge

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    7 Natural Wonders of Wisconsin

    In a state known for its love of the good earth and clean waters, we thought it would be fun to come with a list of the natural wonders of Wisconsin. We could have made the list twice as long, but for some reason seven seemed like the perfect number. Read More
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    Four Hikes on Wisconsin's Geographical Gems

    Wisconsin is made up of diversely different landscapes, each shaped by its regions geographical history. For an opportunity to experience the different geographical perspectives, check out these four hiking trails. Read More
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    Take an Eco Tour in Wisconsin this Earth Day

    Travel Wisconsin offers an array of eco friendly locations, activities and tours. Plan your green vacation in Wisconsin and help protect our environment. Read More
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    Tour the Autumn Harvest Trail

    With autumn upon us, it’s a great time to hit the road and revel in Wisconsin’s spectacular fall color. Along the way, there’s plenty to see and taste. 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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    National Treasures

    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. 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
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    Wing Your Way Through Wild Wisconsin

    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. Read More