Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

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Haack, Jennifer
Research News, Jan/Feb '84, insert
Great gray owl, Nov/Dec '83, p. 3
IAFWA meeting, Nov/Dec '83, Catch-all, p. 20
Haas, Joanne M.
C.O.P.S. Camp and conservation wardens August '13
Life at its longest is short October '12
Kayak Wisconsin Feb '12
Haberland, Frank P.
Wisconsin Bowhunters Assoc. Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 7
Wildlife damage: Hunter $$ help reduce it, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 42
Managing the deerest herd, Nov/Dec '81, p. 4
Hunter's choice, Sept/Oct '80, p. 20
Happy hunters by the millions, Nov/Dec '77, p. 13
Hachmeister, Maggie
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 46
Hacker, Vern
Light lines and big worms, July/Aug '84, Fishing issue, p. 25
Panfishing do's and don'ts, July/Aug '84, Anglers Almanac
How many walleyes? May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 22
Welcome stranger? Wisconsin's exotic fish, May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 29
Panfishing tips, May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 32
Wisconsin fish story – '81, May/June '81, p. 17
DNR buys all that land, July/Aug '80, p. 17
Little kids can catch fish, May/June '80, p. 8
Rough, but ready to eat, July/Aug '77, p. 24
Fishing through the ice is nice, Jan/Feb '77, p. 27
Hafner, Marcia
Border patrol October '06, p. 2
Hagen, Adrian E.
Well managed forests benefit water resources, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 35
Hahn, Norman
Coping with toxics, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 4
Haldeman, Donald
Nonpoint Source Pollution: an agricultural view, May/June '82, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 18s
Hale, Jim
Summertime chorus August '97, p. 2
Hall, David J.
Gypsy moth: name your poison, July/Aug '79, p. 20
Chestnut borer: K O for oak trees, July/Aug '78, p. 18
Tent caterpillar, May/June '78, p. 30
Hall, Dick
June is for bluegills, June '97, p. 2
Hall, Kent D.
Bluebirds on the rebound June '10
Halla, Chris
To become a fly fisher, August '94, p. 4
Hallin, Kurt
Digging Wisconsin's ice age fossils, June '90, p. 4
Hallowell, Anne
Christmas fern, Nov/Dec '88, p. 2
Halstead, Bob
Energy facility siting, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 13
Hamel, Mary E.
Air quality, Earth Notes, August '90, p. 9
Inching to the top, February '89, Waste management supplement, p. 13
Hamel, Raymond
The lure of fish decoys, February '95, p. 9
Hamerstrom, Frances N.
Larded breast of crow and other wild delicacies, October '94, p. 12
The moviemakers, February '89, p. 11
But it's already done, Jan/Feb '88, p. 4
Harrier, hawk of the marshes, Sept/Oct '86, p. 6
Ruth Louise Hine: team player extraordinary, Nov/Dec '85, p. 4
Birding with a purpose, Jan/Feb '84, p. 30
Don't you move a muscle, Nov/Dec '80, p. 18
Biography of a dancing ground, Mar/Apr '77, p. 30
New threat to Buena Vista chickens, Jan/Feb '77, p. 6
Hammers, Michael
Coping with toxics, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 4
Hammes, Don
Crewing for the community December '00
Hansen, Kathleen and Leland
The stick that really walks, July/Aug '81, p. 2
Hansen, Michael J.
A flash of silver at the end of a rainbow, June '89, p. 19
Hanson, Harold C.
The feather connection, Sept/Oct '82, p. 12
Harelson, Thomas L.
Resourceful & vigilant October '99 insert
Streamlining Wisconsin waterfowl enforcement, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 10
Hett, Dave
Soils and septic systems, Mar/Apr '82, p. 5
Harrington, Cate
Saving Wisconsin's last great places October '00
Harkins, Patrick
Warden wannabes October '99 insert
Harris, Kathleen
After nature's fury October '12
A walk in the park Aug '11
One hundred years of memories June '09
Harris, Len
Wisconsin recreational boating April '13
Harris, Victoria
Bitten early by the big trout bug February '14
Future of the Bay, July/Aug '83, p. 69
Harrison, David L.
The soft side of winter, Jan/Feb '82, p. 7
Harrison, James M.
Man on a barbed wire fence, Jan/Feb '78, p. 13
Harter, Kevin
Avoiding Winterkill Febuary '13
Searching for solitude? April '12
Hartman, George
The relic pine, July/Aug '87, p. 20
Nothing but the truth, Nov/Dec '86, p. 28
Morning death, Jan/Feb '84, p. 15
Hasse, John M.
Recreational woodcutting: fuel, fun and sweat, Jan/Feb '83, p. 11
Hastings, Waller A.
New public-private partnership will preserve rare properties, Nov/Dec '85, p. 10
Haug, Joe
Dane County Conservation League, Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 17
Hauge, Thomas
A year with CWD June '03
Conservation Reserve acres falter, Sept/Oct '86, Hunters Almanac, p. 22
Hunters pay farmers $1 million, Sept/Oct '86, Hunters Almanac, p. 23
Haugen, Arvid
Buckhorn State Park, May/June '80, p. 10
Haverfield, Linda
Winter navigation on the Great Lakes, Jan/Feb '80, p. 19
Haverty, Jennifer
Keep the "wild" in wildlife June '10
Havlik, Marina E.
Wisconsin shell game, July/Aug '78, p. 5
Hawkins, Lee
Neither a buyer nor a lender be, October '94, p. 4
Heath, Dan
The wild ones, June '95, p. 12
Heberlein, Thomas A.
Hunter's choice and other good ideas, Nov/Dec '78, p. 8
Stalking the wild deer hunter, Nov/Dec '77, p. 4
Heeringa, Coggin
Wildflower pilgrimage, April '93, p. 15
Where Earth Day dawned every day, December '90, p. 4
Hein-Frank, Julie
Emerald-eyed dragons August '01
Heipel, Irving F.
Milwaukee lagoons make waves, Mar/Apr '81, p. 4
Helf, Kirsten
The roots of our forest future June '98
Hemp, Dick
View from the board: an eventful history, Sept/Oct '84, Conservation Congress supplement, p. 5
Hendrickson, Mark L.
Swing sets yes, hazardous wastes no, July/Aug '81, Hazardous waste supplement, p. 4s
Hendrikse, Ray
25 years of YCC: the legacy continues, Mar/Apr '86, p. 4
Hennessey, Joe
Felines with fins February '07
Hennings, Ron
Groundwater – Wisconsin's buried treasure, Sept/Oct '83, supplement
Henry, Joe
Yellow root of the woodlands April '10
Henry, Steve
Snowmobiles: I like 'em, Jan/Feb '78, p. 18
Herrera, Oscar
Ports and shipping, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 21
Hershfield, Marc
A new route for trout, August '95, p. 24
Hester, F. Eugene
Bucks in the rut October '04
Hewett, Ralph
Tools of the profession, Jan/Feb '77, p. 14
Hewett, Steve
Walleye: a game of chance, April '95, p. 4
Hickey, Luke
A teen hunter's story Feb '12
Hillery, John F.
500 hazardous air pollutants, July/Aug '87, Southeast District supplement, p. 18
Hilsenhoff, William
Christmas birds, well done, Nov/Dec '78, p. 27
Hilyard, Joseph
Firewood on the back burner? Nov/Dec '78, p. 21
Hine, Ruth L.
Research News, Jan/Feb '86, insert
On the go, Nov/Dec '82, p. 2
Hipke, Deana
Whoopee-Ti-Yi-O in Wisconsin, July/Aug '86, p. 2
The Upper Door County Priority Watershed Project, May/June '86, Door County issue, p. 13
Hlavka, Dawn
Illuminating a Myth, June '89, p. 2
Hoban, Tom
Social and economic aspects, May/June '82, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 7s
Hocker, Eileen
Shaping a diverse hunting heritage Aug '11
Hoefler, James E.
Furbearers of the northwoods, part two, February '93, p. 18
The Friends of Crex, Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 11
Crex Meadows, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 51
Fish Lake Wildlife Area, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 52
Crex Meadows: a wildlife observatory restored by flood and fire, Nov/Dec '86, Federal Aid to Wildlife supplement, p. 30
"State lands for environmental education, Jan/Feb '85, Environmental education supplement, p. 3
Hunter $$ = public land and wildlife galore, Nov/Dec '83, p. 21
Hoffer, Audrey S.
DNR's air corps, Mar/Apr '78, p. 9
Hoffman, Randy
Wisconsin Point, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 53
Brule River State Forest, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 56
Hofstetter, Duane
Local recreation aids preserve urban and rural resources, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 30
Holcomb, Ron C.
ORVs can be awful, Jan/Feb '80, p. 8
Holden, Carol
Keeping nutrients down on the farm June '03, supplement
Hole, Francis D.
The Brown Plague, May/June '82, Nonpoint source supplement, p. 28s
Dust off the earth, Sept/Oct '81, p. 7
Salubrious mud, Mar/Apr '80, p. 11
Hollamby, Simon R.
Keep neater feeders February '07
Hollatz, Tom
Shore lunch, June '89, p. 16
There's no place like dome, February '89, p. 28
Ice fishing, Nov/Dec '85, Winter recreation supplement, p. 20
Holloway, Gale
Lamprey barrier: a story of persistence, May/June '87, p. 6
Holmes, Peggy
A place to put some trees, July/Aug '80, p. 4
Holtan, Paul
Steering the Friends of Wisconsin State Parks Oct '13
Kettle Moraine State Forest June '13
A threat from below, June '92, p. 26
Baby boom or bust? April '90, Wetlands supplement, p. 8
On the road to recovery, February '89, Endangered resources insert, p. 3
Charting progress for endangered resources, February '89, Endangered resources insert, p. 4
Saving more than the glamourous species, February '89, Endangered resources insert, p. 1
Restoring species, February '89, Endangered resources insert, p. 2
Holzhueter, Allen W.
Tips for beginning bird watchers, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 5
Holzwart, Jim
Thirty years and nearly 35,000 ducks later June '12
Homuth, Gary
Panfish 101 June '99, p. 12
Our snowmobiling tradition, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 15
All-terrain recreation, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 15
Hoops, Richard
Great Lakes groceries, May/June '88, p. 17
Horn, Lyle H.
Wisconsin skies, Sept/Oct '79, p. 20
Horns, Bill
Alien pathways June '01, Exotic species supplement
Hoskins, Doug
Thinkin' like a gobbler April '99
Conservation law enforcement – metropolitan style, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 5
Hoyman, Tim
Fighting for a worthy shore June '02
Hubbard-Toler, Naomi
The Flambeau find, Sept/Oct '87, p. 2
Wisconsin's longear sunfish, May/June '87, p. 2
Hudson, Sandra L.
Willow River State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 72
Huegel, Daniel
Good value, just compensation February '99
Huettl, Erhard E.
Forest County wants the mine, Mar/Apr '77, p. 13
Hughes, Heide
A far fly from home June '03
Hughes, Jan
Wild plant collages, Jan/Feb '82, p. 4
Huitt, Frank S.
Recycling old highways, Sept/Oct '85, Transportation and the environment supplement, p. 15
Humphrey, Joan E
Roche A Cri State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 64
Hunt, Richard A.
The feather connection, Sept/Oct '82, p. 12
Hunt, Robert L.
Money in the bank, July/Aug '78, p. 4
Hutchens, Janet L.
The Earth Day project February '98
Hutchinson, Jay
Sand traps improve trout streams, May/June '88, p. 28