Video Viewing on EEK!
You can watch critters, see people working "in the field," and learn more about trees, habitats and the environment by watching short video clips from the Into the Outdoors TV show. Here's a list of the clips that you'll find on EEK!
Gifts from Trees Music Video Sing along as Annie and Henry discover different ways we use trees. Apple pie, anyone?
Got Water? Where does your water come from? Join Ken, a hydrogeologist, and learn all about groundwater.
Ice Fishing Want to give ice fishing a try? See what you need to get started and watch some young ice fisherman in action in this ice-fishing video.
Ice Volcanoes [Length :20] Check out this "snowcano" that is really a formation called an "ice volcano" near Green Bay. Ice volcanoes are formed on the shorelines of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior by spray that shoots up through a hole in the ice. The spray freezes in a cone shape that grows taller as more waves shoot up and out from under the ice like a blow hole.
Landfills and Garbology How does a landfill work? Take a video tour.
Make Your Yard More Bird Friendly Feeding and watching birds is a great pastime. Find out how to turn your backyard into good bird habitat.
Nonpoint Source Pollution Visit with a fish manager as he shows you the results of cleaning up streams in the Coon Valley.
Oh, to be a Forester Join Terri, a forester for the Plum Creek Timber Company, as she shows you what a forester does.
Red-backed Salamander Research Go into the woods with Mitch, a research scientist, to look for and tag red-backed salamanders.
Sandhill Cranes Dancing Watch sandhill cranes take-off, land and "dance" in this music video.
Sturgeon Guardians Learn more about sturgeon and how people of all ages are helping protect these fabulous fish.
Timber Rattlesnake Travel with a Dept. of Natural Resources researcher as he talks about and captures a timber rattlesnake and listen to Mac describe animal scales.
Turkey Calling Take to the woods with Kris and his dad as they try to call in some turkeys.
Whooping Cranes Whoop it up with whooping cranes and learn more about the Whooping Crane Reintroduction Project.
Wolf Tracking View Wisconsin wolves and watch biologists track wolves from the ground and the air in this video from 2001.