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Bachay, George S.
Pirate perch April '04
The cane maker December '96
More than a mouthful, October '89, p. 21
Spring tonic, Mar/Apr '88, p. 16
Catastrophe on McComb's Pond, Sept/Oct '87, p. 14
A diary of Sugar River waterbirds, Sept/Oct '86, p 25
Bubo – goodbye, May/June '78, p. 18
Bachhuber, Jim
The Upper Door County Priority Watershed Project, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 11
Bacon, Bruce
Furbearers of the northwoods, December '92, p. 15-16
Shrike zone, June '91, p. 2
Trumpeter fanfare, December '91, p. 2
The George W. Mead Wildlife Area, Sept/Oct '81, p. 32
Bacon, Patricia
The holiday tree, December '96, p. 23
Baggot, Robert
Pollution prevention is good business, October '96, p. 16
A helping hand for small business, Share the air insert October '94, p. 6
Bahti, Tom
The Ruffed Grouse Society, Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 9
Green Bay West Shores Wildlife Area, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 44
Bailey, Frances E.
Minority interns train for DNR jobs, July/Aug '87, Southeast District supplement, p. 23
Bailey, Lauranne
An ounce of prevention, December '93, p. 17-21
Balcerzak, Wally
Root River steelhead April ’97
Baker, Bruce
Looking forward to challenges, Sept/Oct '88, Water quality supplement, p. 14
Praising and appraising water, Sept/Oct '88, Water quality supplement, p. 2
Toxic shock, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 23
Fish, water and everything else, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 14
Baker, John
Pandora sphinx moth, May/June '79, p. 2
Cecropia moth larva, July/Aug '77, p. 2
Ball, Joe
Monitoring water health, Sept/Oct '88, Water quality supplement, p. 8
Ballas, Eric
Stetsonville's thirst for success April '12
Bancroft, Genevieve F.
A nuclear waste dump in the north? Maybe! July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 43
Bannerman, Roger
Coping with toxics, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 4
Barber, W.E.
A silent witness – his master's undoing, July/Aug '79, p. 13
Barker, Rocky
Time is our ally, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 21
Barr, Barbara
The elusive turk April ’04
Barrett, Julia
Warming trends April ’00
Barrows, Richard
Public land: who pays the taxes? Sept/Oct '77, p. 11
Bartelt, Betsy
Trout on the rocks June '96
Bartelt, James
Think Globally, Plant Locally, October '89, Tree trends supplement, p. 6
Barzen, Barb
North, south, east and westward HO! April ’97
Going afield April '96
In time for an outing, April '95, p. 14-17
Take a trip with us, April '94, p. 13-16
Bass, Janet
Wisconsin recycles, July/Aug '85, special issue
Bauer, K.W.
Groundwater of southeastern Wisconsin, May/June '77, p. 14
Baumann, Jim
Curbing construction site erosion." August '90, p. 23
Physical exam for Black Earth Creek: a case study, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 17
Animal waste: valuable resource or major pollutant, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 37
Streambank story, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 37
Clearing up a nonpoint." Jan/Feb '81, p. 4
Baumeister, Robert
Drink up! June ’98
Bazzell, Darrell
Making headway April ’02
Beach, Allison
On the path of the ol' 400, August '93, p. 17
Beall, Mandy
Rallying the water brigade June ’04
Beard, Tom
Baby blues die hard, Mar/Apr '79, p. 20
Beard. T. Douglas
Are we putting the pinch on panfish? August '94, p. 17
Becker, William S.
Wisconsin's coasts, Jan/Feb '80, supplement
Out of harm's way, May/June '79, p. 19
Beekman, Marlin L.
Main Street, USA – 30,000 miles long, Sept/Oct '85, Transportation and the environment supplement, p. 11
Beets, Robert
Sowing seeds of hope June ’06
Beheler-Amass, Kerry
Shamus in a lab coat, October '95, p. 4
Beilfuss, Katie
Workhorse wetlands October '09
Belling, Kris
Brillion Wildlife Area, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 48
Belluck, David
Exercising discretion, April '89, Environmental risk supplement, p. 30
Coping with toxics, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 4
Bentley, David Andrew
Gobble, yelp and cackle again, Mar/Apr '83, p. 32
Berg, Richard E.
Jawbonin' about fish mouths, Nov/Dec '79, p. 24
Bergamini, Tom
Look out below, February '89, Waste management supplement, p. 12
Berquist, Jon R.
Home-grown harvest October ’98
Pheasants Forever, Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 5
Berquist, Susan
Nonpoint source pollution: where to go with the flow, Jan/Feb '86, supplement
Is development a dirty word? Jan/Feb '84, p. 11
Nonpoint pollution cleanup in four more watersheds, Nov/Dec '83, Catch-all, p. 20
Should it be voluntary? May/June '82, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 26s
Berken, John
Harrington Beach State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 11
Bernarde, Lonnie
Spooked by a feathered specter April ’07
Bernhardt, Jane B.
Nelson Dewey State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 70
Besadny, C.D.
An accounting for our 'stockholders, Jan/Feb '88, Biennial report supplement, p. 2
Door – a county at the crossroads, May/June '86, Door County issue, p. 2
The economic, environmental and recreational fates of water are intricately linked, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 40
The DNR mission – much accomplished, much to be done, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 2
From the Secretary, Sept/Oct '84, Conservation Congress supplement, p. 9
Beth, John
Plenke's pond, June '91, p. 8
Game farming: Creating outdoor experiences, Nov/Dec '88, p. 9
Black powder perfection, Sept/Oct '87, p. 19
Sewage plant muskies, May/June '87, p. 12
Reflections on a steelhead stream, Nov/Dec '86, p. 6
Artistry in animals, Mar/Apr '86, p. 12
Muskies are a calculated science, May/June '85, Fishing issue, p. 25
Muskie guide, May/June '85, Fishing issue, p. 31
What the good Lord giveth... July/Aug '84, Fishing issue, p. 24
Charter boat checkout, July/Aug '84, Fishing issue, p. 42
Castle Rock Creek: fish for fun, Mar/Apr '83, p. 25
Spot and plot for trophy fish, Mar/Apr '82, p. 24
Betz, Carolyn Rumery
Celebrate Earth DAy April '13
Beveridge, Reid
A violator's report, July/Aug '84, Boating safety supplement, p. 16
Bielefeldt, John
The Cooper's hawk returns, Mar/Apr '86, p. 25
Bieddrzycki, Paul
In defense of the helpful honeybee. June '13
Billings, Jr., Richard G.
Banding together October '11
Bishop, Jr., James. C.
A weasel with a secret October '08
Keeping the North the North October '05
Where sleeping bears lie December '04
Up for the morning bugle call August '03
Solitude on the Willow December ’00
Leaves in ice February '99
A clarion bugle across badgerland June ’99
Coming to grips with growth October ’98
Ambassadors with roots, April '93, p. 2
Adventure on the great white desert, February '92, p. 14
Getting there was half the fun, August '91, p. 28
Sleeping in a cloud, February '90, p. 9
"Bridging the gap, October '89, Tree trends supplement, p. 12
Joint ventures and partnerships, Jan/Feb '88, Biennial report supplement, p. 8
Linking those who make 'public works' work, Jan/Feb '88, Biennial report supplement, p. 12
Governor Knowles State Forest, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 57
Lamprey barrier: a story of persistence, May/June '87, p. 6
A clearcut explanation, Mar/Apr '83, p. 22
Lost hunters! Nov/Dec '82, p. 4
Ice Age giants on display, Nov/Dec '82, Catch-all, p. 17
Seven to nine inch muskies do best, Nov/Dec '82, Catch-all, p. 18
Access gives walleyes to Spider Lake, Nov/Dec '81, Catch-all, p. 18
Easy winter = big '81 deer hunt, Mar/Apr '81, Catch-all
Bishop, Richard C.
Buck economics, Nov/Dec '78, p. 10
Black, Harvey
Awakening the Kickapoo Reserve April '97
A little night music, April '94, p. 24
Black, Virginia Mayo
Tending to tomorrow's woodland owners October '08
Unwrapping Wisconsin's polluted runoff rules June ’03, supplement
Blackwood, Tom
Peninsula State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 16
Blair, Janet
Bearskin State Trail, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 78
Blankenheim, James
Caught in the middle October ’99
Warden hyperbole, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 18
Blegan, Don
Transformations August '07
Marking time with the swans of autumn October '01
A twisted tale October ’99
Dockside hunters April ’99
Rainbows in rock, December '95, p. 4
A 'hawk' that hovers, August '89, p. 2
Are snakes the pits? July/Aug '86, p. 24
Bloom, William
Wisconsin's winged jewels, July/Aug '81, p. 25
Bluett, Robert
Cold-weather musquash, February '89, p. 17
Trapping: a benefit to Wisconsin, Sept/Oct '84, p. 27
Bluhm, Donald, A.
Generations of good company October '04
Blust, William H.
Little streams feed a big fishery December ’05
Keep your eye on the ice, February '89, p. 5
Booth, Glenda C.
The uncommon Loon February '13
Born, Stephen
Wisconsin gets ready for the new diggings, Mar/Apr '77, p. 6
Botts, Lee
Winter navigation on the Great Lakes: the unanswered questions, Jan/Feb '80, p. 18
Botwinski, Chet
Furbearers of the northwoods, part two, February '93, p. 14
Bouwman, Fred
Lyme aid, July/Aug '85, p. VIII
Boyer, Dwight
Christmas tree ship, Nov/Dec '82, p. 23
Bradley, Charles, C.
Otter odyssey, Jan/Feb '81, p. 25
Bradley, Nina Leopold
Toward an outdoor ethic, December '95, p. 9
Brah, William
Great Lakes institutions, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 5
Branley, David
Municipal patrols, July/Aug '84, Boating safety supplement, p. 18
Bratcher, Richard C.
The Wisconsin cooperative acid deposition research program, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 2
Look before you leap, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 33
Brecka, Brian
Bassin’ basics June ’02
Get hooked with your buddies June ’00
Bredemus, Robert
The gift of land: a waterfowler's legacy, May/June '88, p. 11
Brege, Dale
Fresh greens, Mar/Apr '88, Federal Aid for Fisheries supplement, p. 9
Breese, Greg
A delicate balance where land meets water April '10
The view we prize from land and water December ’07
Brennan, Bruce
When blossoms make us stop and savor the moment. April '13
Breunig, Harriett
Grandma's hunting tale October '12
Brick, Ed
Pastures of plenty, August '94, p. 22
Briles, Sara
A spud in the spotlight August ’04
Brinson, Diane
A report to citizens, Mar/Apr '85, special issue
The Wisconsin Fund: Rx for sick sewers, Nov/Dec '81, p. 13
Water shortage in Wisconsin, Nov/Dec '81, Catch-all, p. 19
$67 million for pollution cleanup, May/June '81, Catch-all, p. 18
Wisconsin funds $74 million for sewage plants, Mar/Apr '81, Catch-all, p. 18
Septic $$, Jan/Feb '81, Catch-all, p. 22
Smile when you say 'O&M' Sept/Oct '80, p. 14
Brockman, Walt
Paw prints on the trail, February '94, p. 10
Bronk, Don
Bluebill morning, Sept/Oct '82, p. 30
Fowl weather: nice and bad out, Sept/Oct '82, p. 36
200 years of change, Jan/Feb '82, p. 32
Wild goose chase, Sept/Oct '81, p. 21
Brouwer, Stefanie
Research News, Jan/Feb '87, insert
Round and East Eightmile lakes, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 22
Bruch, Ron
Welcoming back Namao August '13
Brusca, Joe
Strippers, October '91, p. 4
Bruss, Larry
The storm-trackers, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 20
Bryan, Hobson
Group ethics, Nov/Dec '81, Hunter education supplement, p. 12s
Brynildson, Inga
Opening day dreams, May/June '85, Fishing issue, p. 7
Income taxes are for the birds, Jan/Feb '84, p. 2
Before the cast: research! May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 14
Wisconsin's endangered flora, July/Aug '82, supplement
Woodsman – spare that snag, Nov/Dec '81, p.32
Latest on loons, July/Aug '81, Catch-all, p. 18
The bigness of the wolf, Mar/Apr '81, p. 28
Martens stocked, Mar/Apr '81, Catch-all, p. 18
Life Tracks II: Wisconsin's endangered reptiles, fish and molluscs, July/Aug '80, supplement
Life Tracks: Wisconsin's endangered birds and mammals, Sept/Oct '79, supplement
Pray for a bird of prey, Mar/Apr '79, p. 29
Bryson, Reid
Evening storm, Sept/Oct '77, p. 31
Bryson, Tina
The new whey, August '94, p. 26
Tracking toxic thieves, October '93, p. 12
Unknown isles, August '93, p. 22
Bua, Deborah K.
Perrot Park: the golden year, July/Aug '78, p. 14
Bubul, Stephen J.
Farmland preservation: Wisconsin plows new ground, Mar/Apr '78, p. 23
Buchholz, Jim
Terry Andrae State Park: a 60-year celebration, July/Aug '88, p. 13
Bureau of Fisheries Management
Catch 'n' color, April '93, p. 24
Bugenhagen, Jon L.
The St. Croix River State Forest, Jan/Feb '77, p. 8
Burdick, Milton E.
Wisconsin's wild waterfalls, July/Aug '77, p. 4
Burke, Charles J.
Kickapoo: classroom for land husbandry, Nov/Dec '86, Federal Aid for Wildlife supplement, p. 29
Burr, Cornelia
Wisconsin's carnivorous plants." May/June '81, p. 28
Lesser fringed gentians, Sept/Oct '80, p. 21
Burr, Sara
A spotless reputation, Share the air insert October, '94 p. 16
Alternatives for alternators, Share the air insert October '94, p. 16
Bushnell, Jack
Fitful science
April '10
Butcher, Greg
Birders of a feather April '03