BIRD WALK

Sunday, September 18, 2022 (Rescheduled)

Old World Wisconsin – W372 S9727 Hwy 67, Eagle, WI

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Join us at the Old World Wisconsin historic site for a mourning with the birds. We will take a guided tour of the property’s natural areas and look for birds, many of which, have begun their annual (Fall Migration) along with other signs of the changing seasons. Dan Freas, who is the site’s Director, will be leading the walk. Meet at the main entrance gate prior to 9:00 AM.

All Audubon members and supporters are invited to this special event. Admission is free for the bird walk only. For those wishing to tour the grounds afterwards, admission will be required.
https://oldworldwisconsin.wisconsinhistory.org/ 

Contact us if you are interested or have any questions.

https://lakelandaudubon.com/contact/
Call or Text: 1 (262) 729-9702


Chapter outing

Saturday, September 17, 2022

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Noon)

Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy – 251 Elkhorn Road (Hwy 67) Williams Bay, WI

Monach Butterfly Tagging

Join us for a short presentation, then we’ll hike in search of migrating Monach butterflies to catch and tag! Most appropriate for ages 8 and up, dress to be in the field. Bring an insect/butterfly net if you have one. Beth Goeppinger, a retired naturalist who worked at Richard Bong State Recreation Area for many years, will be leading the hike and doing the tagging. 

Meet at the KNC pavilion shortly before 10:30 AM. Parking is available at the Lions Field House, which is across the street (Hwy 67) from the conservancy. In case of bad weather, we will reschedule the event for: Tuesday, September 20th, from 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM.


chapter meeting

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Lions Field House – 270 Elkhorn Road (Hwy 67) Williams Bay, WI

Migrating Monarchs

Discover how tagging monarch butterflies unlocked the mystery of their migration and gave us insight into their life cycles and survival. Beth Goeppinger, a retired naturalist who worked at Richard Bong State Recreation Area for many years, will be giving this talk.


Bird Walks at Big Foot

This activity will resume sometime this Fall. Please check back with us.

Join us for a Bird Walk near the shores of beautiful Geneva Lake. We will follow the park’s trails while on the lookout for birds and other wildlife. Meet in the main parking area to the right of the entrance station a little before 9:00 AM. A state park sticker: $28 or daily pass: $8 ($13, $3 if age 65 or older) is required to enter Big Foot Beach State Park.

Please contact us if you are interested in going on a walk.

Kevin Dickey – https://lakelandaudubon.com/contact/ or 1 (262) 729-9702

Big Foot Beach State Park – N1550 S Lakeshore Drive, Lake Geneva, WI

Visit the events page to see a list of our scheduled bird walks.


bird walks at white river

This activity will resume sometime this Fall. Please check back with us.

Get out and enjoy one of the best parks Walworth County has to offer. We’ll walk the trails and be on the lookout for birds and other critters. We’ll also watch for plant blooms and other interesting elements of nature. Meet at the kiosk by the parking lot a little before 9:00 AM.

Please contact us if you are interested in attending a walk.

Kevin Dickey – https://lakelandaudubon.com/contact/ or 1 (262) 729-9702

White River County Park – 6503 Sheridan Springs Road, Lyons, WI

Visit the events page to see a list of our scheduled bird walks.


Christmas bird count results

For anyone who is interested in the final numbers of last year’s CBC, simply click on the link below:

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