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December 2017

Eagle encounters on the Fox

Open waters of the Fox River Valley provide prime areas for winter viewing.

Tim Sweet

January is typically the coldest month of the year in Wisconsin, which naturally means more bodies of water covered in ice. Many hardy souls take to the frozen surfaces for winter fishing, but that doesn’t work so well if you use your feet to snag a northern.

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Photo of a turtle a the end of tunnel under a highwayTunnel vision
Innovative collaboration helps to improve motorist safety and protect turtles from highway harm.

Photo of three hunters in blaze orange in front of several deer hanging from a poleDriven by memories
Deer hunting unites brothers through the years and beyond.

Photo of trees in a forest © Rena Johnson/NASFManaging for woodland diversity
At Brule River State Forest, foresight and planning today will reap benefits a century from now.

Special Inserts:

cover icon 2018 Friends of Wisconsin State Parks Calendar

cover icon Natural Heritage Conservation Program 2017 Annual Report