Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

2012 Contents

Cover of December 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

December 2012

Picture this
Your Great Lakes photo on the cover of a calendar.
Get hooked!
Casting into the future of the Driftless Area.
Lake Michigan's salmon fishery thrives
What that means for future stocking of the "kings".
Go wild for wreaths
A symbol of strength that lasts throughout the harshest season.
Eagle tag
Musing about promiscuous play, or is it something more?
A winter bow hunt
It could be the start of a new holiday tradition.
Bow or gun?
Why hunters grab what they do when they head to the woods.
More than just the luck of the draw
Explaining the annual bear permit process.
Readers Write
Readers' photos and feedback.
Creature Comforts
Wisconsin Gypsies.
Wisconsin Traveler
Embrace the season.
Wisconsin, naturally
Enterprise Hemlocks State Natural Area.

Cover of October 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

October 2012

Come on, whoopers!
Autumn brings another "first" migration.
Grandma's hunting tale
Tagging the buck of a lifetime.
A historic hunt protects public water rights
The story behind the precedent-setting Diana Shooting Club v. Husting case.
After nature's fury
State parks crews roll up their sleeves.
Life at its longest is short
Enforcement using the golden rule doesn't always end in a ticket.
Branching out
When trees get a second life, local business can benefit.
Travel Green Wisconsin™
Where torism and natural resources intersect.
We asked – readers answered!
Fostering a healthy conversation between hunters and non-hunters.
Creature Comforts
Getting a jump on spiders – or is it the other way around?
Wisconsin Traveler
Fall in love with Wisconsin foods and festivals
Readers Write
Readers' photos and feedback.
Wisconsin, naturally
Black Earth Rettenmund Prairie State Natural Area.

Cover of August 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

August 2012

Trapping memories
Time on the river makes me reminisce.
Dogs and ducks
Waterfowl hunting is best when you pay attention to detail and share the experience with a friend.
Sharing a passion for upland birds and bird dogs
Friends of Wisconsin Pheasant Hunting finds a home at the Poynette Game Farm.
My first waterfowl hunt
Marley makes waves and retrieves my prizes.
Finding hunting land is easier
Walk-in access in Wisconsin is a reality.
A chance for a Reel Recovery
Faced with cancer? Go fishing.
Hunt, climb, canoe and make crafts
Women in the Outdoors program makes strides in Wisconsin.
State parks get innovative accessibility upgrades
There's an app for that.
Volunteering to clean up? Who would do that?
Here's your answer.
Creature Comforts
Cricket talk.
Wisconsin Traveler
Make a date with a river.
Readers Write
Readers' photos and feedback
Wisconsin, naturally
Mud Lake Bog State Natural Area

Cover of June 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

June 2012

Tiny menace
Wisconsin is considered high-risk for Lyme disease almost statewide. Follow some easy steps to keep your family safe this summer season.
A walleye guy
Loving the chase and tips for landing big fish.
Fishin' for pike with Frank and Mike
Remembering dads and their flair for outdoors advice.
Thirty years and nearly 35,000 ducks later
Banding at the Grand River Marsh Wildlife Area.
Reinforcing a foundation in oak
Why I sleep well at night.
Building Bird Cities
A feather in a community's cap.
Slow the spread by hand and tread
June is Invasive Species Awareness Month in Wisconsin.
Creature Comforts
Watching TV.
Wisconsin Traveler
Time travel.
Readers Write
Sharing readers' photos and feedback.
Wisconsin, naturally
Houghton Falls State Natural Area.

Cover of April 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

April 2012

Look for the loon on your tax form
Thanks to donations the state Endangered Species Act turns 40 and has a lot to celebrate.
Get outdoors and explore Wisconsin's wild places
Fantastic Natural Resources Foundation field trips.
A canopy for partnerships
Want to grow a legacy in your community?
Stetsonville's thirst for success
Building a public water supply.
Delavan Lake restoration efforts deliver
It's a case study in clean water economics.
Searching for solitude?
Try Straight Lake State Park.
Walleye winning their way back
Hard work pays off for ol' marble eyes on Lake Winnebago.
Creature Comforts
Slow and steady wins the race, maybe with some help.
Wisconsin Traveler
Birding treks.
Readers Write
Your letters to the editor. Female fishing spiders.
Wisconsin, naturally
Tunnelville Cliffs State Natural Area.
Special Inserts
The Wisconsin Fishing Report [PDF 2.5MB]
An annual publication of the Fisheries Management Program.
Facing fire! [PDF 8.4MB]
Wildfire prevention and control in Wisconsin

Cover of February 2012 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

February 2012

African savannas and Wisconsin state parks
Outdoor adventures with kids bring curious comparisons.
Kayak Wisconsin
Thrilling, accessible, family fun – but be prepared.
"Our" birds
Making a Costa Rican connection.
Wisconsin snow birds
Friends of feathers flock together.
Fix a Leak Week
Every drop counts.
A state for sturgeon
Restoring an ancient fish species to its ancestral waters.
The face of Wisconsin hunters
Courting a land ethic.
A teen hunter's story
Giving thanks to grandpa and the hunting heritage.
Readers Write
A big fish tale.
Creature Comforts
When cats do more than think outside the box.
Wisconsin Traveler
Day tripping.
Wisconsin, naturally
Mill Bluff State Natural Area.
Special Inserts
News for Conservation Patrons, potential patrons, and other fishing & hunting license buyers [PDF 1.1MB]
Wisconsin offers a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities. License sales support the programs that make Wisconsin one of the best states for hunting and fishing.
Your investment in Wisconsin's Fish and Wildlife [PDF 3MB]
How your license dollars are spent.