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Spring 2020
Volume 44, Number 1

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Day trippin' to Wisconsin's wild places

Photo of saw-whet owl landing on someone's gloved hand
Experience how experts mist-net and band Wisconsin's smallest owl, the saw-whet owl.
© D.Z. JOHNSON

TRAVEL THE STATE AND LEARN ABOUT NATURE ON A NATURAL RESOURCES FOUNDATION FIELD TRIP

Christine Tanzer

With DNR professionals and expert naturalists as your guides, join the Natural Resources Foundation on a field trip to get hands-on and learn in-depth about Wisconsin's lands, waters and wildlife. From frogs and fish to butterflies and birds, from bogs and barrens to prairies and old-growth forests – there are 243 field trips offered from April through October. Enjoy this unique opportunity to learn about ecological riches and natural wonders that span all corners of the state. Grab your hiking boots, bicycles and canoe paddles, and explore Wisconsin!

View the full list of 243 field trips and register online at WisConservation.org. Registration starts at noon, April 1. Questions? Call 608-409-3123 or email FieldTrips@WisConservation.org.

About the Natural Resources Foundation

These incredible field trips are offered by the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin. The NRF is a conservation nonprofit that works with hundreds of partners statewide, including the DNR.

Since its founding in 1986, the NRF has contributed over $7 million to public and private conservation efforts through grantmaking and the Wisconsin Conservation Endowment, supporting Wisconsin's most cherished lands, waters and wildlife.

Become a member today to join an NRF field trip! WisConservation.org.

Last revised: Tuesday March 10 2020