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Kaarakka, Heather
Several paths to build up mussels June '10
Kabat, Cyril
Wisconsin pheasants: a bird's eye view, Sept/Oct '78, p. 18
Kahler, Kathryn A.
Back in the day June '14
Back in the day April '14
Back in the day February '14
More than s'mores December '13
A nose for justice. October'13
Meet me at the fair August '13
Custom Canines April '13
Tiny menace June '12
Spring fling! April '13
Time travel June '12
Birding treks April '12
Day tripping Feb '02
Embrace the season Dec '11
Autumn festival fare Oct '11
Let's talk hunting Oct '11
Locavore, meet hunter Oct '11
Fall adventures Aug '11 Wisconsin Traveler
Frog warts, lizard gizzards or eye-of-newt Aug '11
Sweet summertime! June '11 Wisconsin Traveler
Enjoy the outdoors but "Leave Wildlife Alone" June '11 Creature Comforts
Down to earth fun Apr '11
Rooms for rent Apr '11
A herd in the balance Dec '10
Digging up dirt about badgers October '10
On the fly October '10 Creature Comforts
Kids bugging you? August '10 Creature Comforts
Wild whodunits Aug '10
Getting from lost to found April '10
Make Mom's Day April '10 Wisconsin Traveler
Regional reads February '10
Nature's architects and engineers December '09
Take a stand for safety October '09
A little night music August '09
Plant a pet-friendly garden April '09
Raising ringnecks and outdoor opportunities February '09
Thumbs up to ten good reads February '09
Give me shelter February '09
Footing the bill to spread their wings October '08
Make it public August '08
Top dogs June '08
A legacy in pine February '08
Ten titles that enlighten February '08
Cunning corvids October '07
Furs, inside and out December '06
Words worth your while December '06
Protecting nature's middle class October '06
Small for one and one for small April '06
Wandering waxwings February '06
Hit the books February '06
Bobbing heads in the crowd December '05
Vertically inclined December '05
Read all about it February '05
Hunters Almanac, Sept/Oct '87
1986 Bear Season, Sept/Oct '86, Hunters Almanac, p. 20
Hunter education mandatory, Sept/Oct '86, Hunters Almanac, p. 23
Opossum, Nov/Dec '85, p. 2
Hunters Almanac, Sept/Oct '85, insert
Kaiser, Patrick H.
Mud Lake Wildlife Area, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 37
Kudlas, John
Taking a LEEP April '14
Kalnicky, Dick
Weather the weather, whatever the weather October '06
Caring for 'orphans' August '06
Indian summer October '99
A hundred years of Wisconsin weather December '96
New paths to a cleaner environment, new strategies for tougher times, February '92, p. 25
Winter: Wisconsin's longest season, Jan/Feb '87, p. 26
Kammerud, Jennifer
Polluntion prevention is good business, October '96, poster insert
Kamnetz, Brian
Winter camping, Nov/Dec '85, Winter recreation supplement, p. 18
Parks Almanac, Mar/Apr '86
Tamarack,Sept/Oct '84, p. 2
Rosyface shiner, July/Aug '84, Fishing issue, p. 2
Beaver and trout streams, July/Aug '84, Fishing issue, p. 47
Of motors and boaters, July/Aug '84, Boating safety supplement, p. 2
Heritage Hill State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 13
Kampa, Dana
Public Access Lnads Atlas opens the doors to the outdoors April '14
Growing up on the ice February '14
Kamps, Many
The fawn, the newborn and the warden June '14
Kanarek, Marty
You can learn a lot from a rat, April '89, Environmental risk supplement, p. 16
Kanetzke, Howard
Springing back, June '91, p. 4
Kapfer, Josh
More bluff than bite April '07
Kapke, Dorothy
Vandalism, Sept/Oct '85, Transportation and the environment supplement, p. 7
Waysides, Sept/Oct '85, Transportation and the environment supplement, p. 14
Karl, Thomas
In search of perch February '00
Double your pleasure: collect your own fish bait, Sept/Oct '77, p. 8
Karner, Tracy Lee
Karner blue preservation linked to restoration Apr '11
Karns, Patrick D.
The deer rut, Nov/Dec '86, p. 21
Karr, Norbert
Blue Mound State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 27
Kassulke, Natasha
A soaring career June '14
Get on track with winter. Dec '13
Branching out October '12
Social media caters to the pet-minded masses Dec '11
Cornering chronic wasting disease Dec '11
Films with fur Dec '10
The seed of an idea that feeds the community Dec '10
Wild whodunits Aug '10
Summer music to our ears June '10
Fat cats and pudgy pooches April '10 Creature Comforts
Thanks for Your Continued Support! [PDF 3MB] February '10 supplement
For Our License Customers [PDF 1MB] February '10 supplement
Snowtime safety December '09 Creature Comforts
Winter wanders December '09 Wisconsin Traveler
Who were they and why did they leave? October '09
Changing seasons October '09 Creature Comforts
A blue-green algae warning August '09 Creature Comforts
See Wisconsin through the eyes of 19th century surveyors August '09 supplement
Wisconsin's land cover in the 1800s August '09 supplement
Where fliers tune in for a landing June '09 Creature Comforts
On track and on a roll June '09 Wisconsin Traveler
Safe boating depends on you! June '09 supplement
Your investment in Wisconsin's fish and wildlife February '09, supplement
Conservation Patrons – Time to renew your licenses February 09, supplement
The spirit of collaboration: Wisconsinís Great Lakes strategy steers ahead December 08, supplement
Don't wing it October '08
Wisconsin's stewardship fund enters a new era: Connecting people with nature October '08, supplement
When wildlife moves in August '08 Creature Comforts
Get ready to hit the road June '08 Creature Comforts
Reading, writing and archery April '08
Keeping your pets safe during disaster and in your own backyard April '08 Creature Comforts
Remember your honey bunnies and love your puppies February '08 Creature Comforts
Boating: Know before you go February '08, supplement
Bald and beautiful December '07
The hell of high water December '07
Make the Christmas bird count a holiday tradition December '07
Politics and four-legged bedfellows October '07
Feed those birds and get your pup in shape August '07
Small, blue and bountiful June '07
Help your pets enjoy the dog days of summer June '07
Enough peeping and leaping to go around April '07
A column devoted to pets and the outdoors February '07
A river under repair: The Fox fights back December '06 supplement
The speedy pace of outdoor recreation October '06
The forest where we live August '06 supplement
Groundwater: Wisconsinís buried treasure April '06 supplement
Conservation patrons – buy or renew your licenses, February '06 supplement
Marketplace matters December '05 supplement
Feeding good habits October '05
Hitching a ride June '05, supplement
Sign up for success June '05, supplement
Welcome aboard February '05, supplement
Breathing easier December '04, supplement
Managing Wisconsin's old-growth October '04, supplement
100 years of growing and giving, August '04, poster
Reach the beach June '04, supplement
For our patrons February '04, supplement
Enjoy and protect Wisconsin's Great Lakes October '03 supplement
Green schools, August '03 poster
Rural lessons come to town June '03, supplement
Making a right turn June '03, supplement
A fresh look at energy February '03
Slow down in town February '03 supplement
The complex business of keeping the lights on December '02
Shipshape August '02, supplement
Dive into diversity: Exploring Wisconsin's Southeast Region June '02, supplement
Certified woods: Ingraining sustainable forestry February '02, supplement
Time to chill out! December '01, supplement
When the world comes to the Northwoods December '01
When the woods turn white December '01
Sawing a cleaner slice of history October '01
Out of place: How aquatic exotic species alter Wisconsin's waterways June '01, supplement
Near shore & under water: Managing fisheries and habitat in Wisconsin February '01, supplement
Lab in a box, April '94, p. 8
The forgotten corridors, April '94, p. 8
New tools in the stream trade, April '94, p. 11
Something fishy in the air, February '91, p. 9
Katsma, Dale E.
Kettle Moraine State Forest – Northern Unit, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 30
Katt-Reinders, Elizabeth
Managing our future: Getting ahead of a changing climate February '11
Kearns, S. Kelly
Cooperative Weed Management Areas August '13
Weeding wild places June '01
Green alien hordes invade forests, prairies, wetlands! June '96, p. 4
Keenan, Melissa
Finding hunting land is easier Aug '12
Keener, John
Bushytails, October '90, p. 5
Kefer, Sally
Pigs on the Pecatonica, February '89, Waste management supplement, p. 4
Keir, James
The Society of Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus, Ltd. Nov/Dec '88, Wildlife cooperators supplement, p. 16
Buena Vista Marsh, Leola Marsh, Paul J. Olson Wildlife Area, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 70
Keith, Larry
The big river, July/Aug '84, Boating safety supplement, p. 14
Kell,Peggy
Forging their own way August '96
Kempinger, James J.
Against all odds, April '89, p. 32
Sturgeon for the future, April '89, p. 34
Kennedy, Marc
Resettlement and rural zoning, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 48
Fish eggs and water regs, May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 24
Keough, Tom
Rib Mountain State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 41
Kephart, Neal
The park at the crossroads of history, August '92, p. 22
Hoffman Hills State Recreation Area, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 35
Red Cedar State Trail, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 40
Kernen, Lee T.
Long live king musky, June '93, p. 22
Casting ahead, April '92, p. 4
An account to draw on, April '91, p. 14
Lake Michigan: a world class fishbowl, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 29
Fishing for lake trout is too good! July/Aug '84, Anglers Almanac
Where to go on Lake Michigan, May/June '83, Fishing issue, p. 42
Kerr, Branden
Hunting for outdoor photo hints Oct '11
Kessler, Greg
Furbearers of the northwoods, December '92, p. 18
Ketchbaw, Larry
Point Beach State Forest, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 18
Kienitz, Richard
The North endures, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 20
King, Doug
Environmental issues hang tough, Nov/Dec '79, p. 18
King, Madonna L.
The mythical minority: women who hunt, Nov/Dec '83, p. 12
King, Richard
The return of the loud redheads August '05
Kinney, Gregory M.
A long journey for the night hunter August '03
Kitt, Mike
Marine Enforcement Unit Dec '11
Carrying out the mission June '11
Kjellstrand, Torsten
Paying for the past, investing in the future, October '90, supplement, p. 20
Klassen, Wolf
How clean is clean? July/Aug '87, Southeast District supplement, p. 16
Breathalyze your air: dirty can do you in, Nov/Dec '78, p. 24
Klein, Bill
The well-mannered hunter October '06
Klein, Thomas J.
Managing change: the regional challenge of the Great Lakes, Jan/Feb '87, Great Lakes supplement, p. 3
Living here: a nonscientific survey, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 27
Leave the loon alone, May/June '80, p. 13
Kleinhans, James
Wisconsin: target for a nuclear waste dump, Jan/Feb '84, p. 4
Dog day walleyes, May/June '78, p. 10
The wild goose: saint or sinner, Sept/Oct '77, p. 25
Klemme, Dale
Trapping memories Aug '12
Klessig, Lowell
The chisel pike of secret slough, February '91, p. 19
Kline, Virginia M.
Preserving the past June 98
Klingbiel, John H.
Size limits–what kinds of fishing would you rather have? April '89, p. 15
Taking stock, May/Jun '83, Fishing issue, p. 18
Muskellunge: wallhanger forever, July/Aug '79, p. 28
Klossner, Mark A.
No bull October '98
Kluessendorf, Joanne
A look at The Ledge Oct '10
Kluetmeier, Erika
A way from urban decay June '98
Excavation reclamation, August '95, p. 4
Klug, David D.
Blown down but not beaten, April '89, p. 4
Kmiotek, Stan
Buy a trout stamp, Nov/Dec '77, p. 28
Knauer, Doug
Round and East Eightmile lakes, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 22
Knauf, Donna
An ounce of prevention, December '93, p. 17
Knobeloch, Lynda
Senseless killer August '01
Knowles, Gary
State parks and the local economy, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 96
Wisconsin, we love you, May/June '81, p. 4
The septic lady of Sauk County, Sept/Oct '79, p. 10
Knowles, Warren
ORAP 2000, May/June '80, p. 17
Knudsen, George
A hawk called the big blue darter, Mar/Apr '86, p. 23
Dog day songsters, July/Aug '82, p. 2
The every which way bird, Jan/Feb '82, p. 2
Blue jay, Nov/Dec '81, p. 2
The impatient skunk cabbage, Mar/Apr '81, p. 2
Chuckler of the forest, Sept/Oct '80, p. 2
Luna moth, July/Aug '80, p. 2
Sponges in Wisconsin? Mar/Apr '80, p. 2
Look for this one, July/Aug '79, p. 2
Tigers on the prowl, Mar/Apr '79, p. 2
White footed mice, Jan/Feb '79, p. 2
C'mon, take a winter nature hike, Jan/Feb '79, p. 30
Sing, red bird, Nov/Dec '78, p. 2
Little tough guy: brown snake, Sept/Oct '78, p. 2
Beauty in a milkweed patch, July/Aug '78, p. 2
Chipmunks, May/June '78, p. 2
Take a nature hike this year, May/June '78, p. 23
Lily with many names, Mar/Apr '78, p. 2
Evening lookout – snowy owl, Jan/Feb '78, p. 2
Balsam fir says Merry Christmas, Nov/Dec '77, p. 2
Beautiful, but deadly! Sept/Oct '77, p. 2
Mr. Camouflage, May/June '77, p. 2
Your other state parks, May/June '77, p. 6
Pasqueflower, Mar/Apr '77, p. 2
Ice-canos, Jan Feb '77, p. 2
Knudsen, Jeff
Rediscovery, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 26
Koch, John
A stick in time December '06
Konop, Greg
A true fisherman April '13
Kohn, Bruce E.
Furbearers of the northwoods, December '92, p. 19
Wisconsin's bear essentials, Nov/Dec '83, p. 9
Bear in mind, Sept/Oct '80, p. 10
Konkol, Dennis W.
Camp by mail, May/June '85, Parks Almanac insert, p. 30
History, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 5
Konrad, John G.
Nonpoint source pollution: a regional view, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 4
Wisconsin's nonpoint source timetable, Jan/Feb '86, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 39
The turning point for nonpoint source pollution, May/June '82, Nonpoint source pollution supplement, p. 4s
Kooiker, Paul
Crex Meadows: A wildlife observatory restored by flood and fire,Nov/Dec '86, Federal Aid for Wildlife supplement, p. 30
Koperski, Cindy
Keeping current February '07
Kopitzke, David
Green treasures in a sea of blue October '99
The iris and the thistle, August '91, p. 2
Korb, James
Tally doe, December' 89, p. 33
Kornely, Greg
Trout the hard way, Sept/Oct '80, p. 24
Korth, Bob
Freshwater jellyfish, Sept/Oct '81, p. 2
Koshere, Frank
Among friends – a new look at lake plants, May/June '88, p. 21
Kosir, Paul
Wyalusing State Park, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 42
Wyalusing State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 75
Kostka, Cary
Slow the spread by hand and tread June '12
Kostka, Cary
Often overlooked June '13
Kox, Norbert H.
Green Bay's wild caves, Sept/Oct '85, p. 4
Kozak, Mary Ellen
Shiitake, July/Aug '86, p. 21
Koziar, Paul
The storm-trackers, Nov/Dec '84, Acid deposition supplement, p. 20
Kramasz, Kathi
A delicate balance where land meets water April '10
The view we prize from land and water December '07
Krawczyk, Joseph H.
Shiitake, July/Aug '86, p. 21
Kreimendahl, Charles
Coping with toxics, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 4
Krieps, Mara
Pike Lake State Park, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 63
Kriese, Larry
Great Lakes patrol, Sept/Oct '87, Warden supplement, p. 20
Krischan, Donna
The Crystal Lake pump August '99
Krome, Margaret
The new old-fashioned farming, Sept/Oct '87, p. 6
Krueger, Charles
Chinook, Mar/Apr '82, p. 2
Krueger, Clifford
Government, July/Aug '83, Northwoods issue, p. 23
Krueger, Donald
Phantom midge, May/June '80, p. 2
Kubisiak, John F.
Talking turkey, August '94, p. 11
Ruffed grouse: tumble or take-off? Sept/Oct '86, p. 11
Sandhill can grow big bucks, Nov/Dec '82, p. 27
The Sandhill deer experiment continues, Nov/Dec '77, p. 11
Mixed aspen = more ruffed grouse, Sept/Oct '77, p. 22
Kufahl, Kevin
Deer tales, February '90, p. 30
Kugle, Dennis
Groundwater and the food industry, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 38
Kuhns, Lynn
Let the cup be unbroken August '05
Kukuk, John
Wisconsin recreational boating April '13
Kulhanek, Dennis
Park planning, May/June '84, State Parks issue, p. 94
Kulibert, Gary
Saving Minocqua's water supply, February '89, Waste management supplement, p. 3
Kunelius, Dave
On the table February '97
New risks for a rare act, April '93, p. 9
Hit your mark, August '90, p. 33
Tailor made for beaver, February '90, p. 5
Seeing is not believing in camo orange clothes, Sept/Oct '88, Hunters Almanac
Good news – Canada goose forecast better than 1987, Sept/Oct '88, Hunters Almanac
Drought bodes poorly for fall duck hunt, Sept/Oct '88, Hunters Alamanac
The facets of Wisconsin's warden force, Sept/Oct '87, supplement
Fun in the snow, Nov/Dec '85, supplement
Catch-all, July/Aug '85, insert
The no-hassle trespass law, Mar/Apr '85, Biennial report issue, p. 44
56 big trophies at Sandhill, Jan/Feb '82, p. 18
Kurowski, Ronald C.
Log cabins of the Kettle Moraine, April '95, p. 9
Jewels of the dry prairie, July/Aug '88, p. 22
Kettle Moraine State Forest – Southern Unit, Nov/Dec '87, Watchable Wildlife issue, p. 28
The Kettle Moraine State Forest turns gold: a 50-year celebration of the great glacier, Sept/Oct '86, supplement
Kurz, Joe
Keeping track of fish, May/June '88, p. 32
Kust, Brad
Search for cause of new lake trout disease, May/June '87, Catch-all, p. 52
Kuusinen, Holly
It Isn't Easy Being Green, October '89, Tree trends supplement, p. 2
Starting an urban forestry program, October '89, Tree trends supplement, p.5
Gifts we gave ourselves, Nov/Dec '88, p. 27
Endangered Resources, Jan/Feb '88, insert
Watchable Wildlife, Nov/Dec '87, special issue
Research News, Jan/Feb '87, insert
Reunion, Mar/Apr '86, p. 14
Eagle watching, Nov/Dec '85, Winter recreation supplement, p. 19
Kvool, Karen
Respect for the night patrol August '03
Kyro, Ray
Memories of Gobbler's Nob April '01
Fall turkey tactics, August '90, p. 4
Wildlife in winter, Jan/Feb '84, p. 33