Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

2019 Contents


Cover of Fall 2019 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Fall 2019

A hopeful vision for native mussel management
Vulnerable species with a turbulent past may be poised for better days as conservation efforts continue.
Bullish on elk
Future looks bright for state herds after most recent relocation.
My morning with the 'one-shot kid'
Waterfowl hunting mentor happy to help in promoting his beloved pastime.
Water project evaluates the filter factor.
Elkhart Lake community partnership pioneers new technology to tackle algae blooms.
Lend an eye for wildlife
With Snapshot Wisconsin, volunteers help monitor species captured by a growing network of trail cameras.
Pier enjoyment
Chippewa Falls project grants a fishing wish.

Expanded coverage: Of lands and lighthouses

Taking on a tiny invasive
Young volunteer helps lead the way against New Zealand mudsnails.
As if by magic, mushrooms materialize
Back in the day
When picking milkweed was a patriotic pursuit.
Readers Write
Sharing readers' photos and feedback.

Cover of Summer 2019 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Summer 2019

Cygnus buccinator: A comeback for the ages
Researchers rewind 30 years to tell their first-person tale of second chances for an esteemed species.
Nature and the next generation
Educational programming aspires to put kids in touch with the great outdoors.
OutWiGo Girls elevates the energy
If girls just wanna have fun there's nothing like being in the great outdoors to do that.
Seeing the forest for more than just the trees
Forest Habitat Type Classification System provides a plant-based clue to sustainable management.
Fish On. . . Wisconsin!
New initiative seeks to reel in anglers.
Life's better on the Brule
Four friends and seasoned trout anglers reflect with reverence on outings to the river.
Enthralled by odonates
Captured through an up-close camera lens, dragonflies and damselflies dazzle with their beauty.
Access to the perfect hunt
Ideal spot on a superb morning yields first and likely only trophy turkey.

Special Section - A milestone for Friends Groups

Access to the perfect hunt
Ideal spot on a superb morning yields first and likely only trophy turkey.
Secretary's message
A message from Preston Cole.
Readers Write
Readers' photos and feedback.
Back in the day
Forward thinking then benefits Brule River now.
Outside in Wisconsin
Van Vliet Hemlocks State Natural Area.

Special Insert

OutWiGo Bench Workout

Cover of Spring 2019 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine

Spring 2019

Investigate and appreciate the wonders on the outside
Discover the best of Wisconsin on a Natural Resources Foundation field trip.
Happy birthday, Smokey Bear
Fire prevention icon marks 75 years.
Prairie River flows free
Fishing adventures take new turn when change comes to favorite childhood waterway.
A first-rate record of participation
Celebrate the state's spirit of volunteerism as the Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Network turns 15.
Make a place for monarchs
Emphasis on habitat can help save these butterflies, one milkweed stem at a time.
Sand Lake legacy
Former camper returns to Wisconsin's Northwoods to oversee summer experience for future generations.
Wardens flash their rescue skills
Special Report: DNR steps up in 2018 flooding events.
State properties feel nature's wrath
Special Report: DNR steps up in 2018 flooding events.
When lakes are at their limits
Special Report: DNR steps up in 2018 flooding events.
WNR staff message
A message from WNR magazine staff.
Readers Write
Readers' photos and feedback.
Back in the day
Smelt runs were cause to celebrate – and crown queens!
Outside in Wisconsin
Yellowstone Lake State Park

Special Inserts

2019 Wisconsin Fishing Report
NHC highlights ways to get involved