Aldo Leopold was for the birds! Tuesday, November 24th 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Registration is required) Please click on the link below to access the form. Click here to register! Although widely recognized for his book, A Sand County Almanac, and for his contributions to modern conservation, Aldo Leopold was also a life-long birder. … Continue reading Virtual Talk with Stanley Temple
The September 2020 edition of our chapter newsletter is available to download. Get a copy today! Chat-September 2020click here
Photo by Wayne Rohde OUR BIRD SEED SALE IS GOING ON NOW Accepting orders until Thursday, October 1, 2020 Our chapter’s annual bird seed sale is the primary fundraiser that supports all activities. This includes our educational programs that we have at our monthly meetings (at some point in the future we will have meetings … Continue reading 2020 Bird Seed Sale
Sign the Petition Today! Content Provided by Laurie Lawlor for Mukwonago River Initiative Basically, Booth Lake--a 119-acre seepage lake--is attempting to lower its water level by sending water underground in a large pipe beneath the Alice Chester Girl Scout Camp, where it will empty directly into a pristine sedge meadow and Pickerel Creek, a small … Continue reading Help Protect Pickerel Lake Fen Preserve SNA
We shouldn't underestimate the usefulness of shrubs in our landscapes! By Kevin Dickey Shrubs have a lot of uses in both our home and natural landscapes. They provide valuable services to us (people) and wildlife. These services include such things as: Aesthetics, Food, Privacy (for people) and Cover, Nesting Sites, Food, Floral Resources (for wildlife). I … Continue reading The value of shrubs
From the President's View June and July are the best months of the year for seeing dragonflies and damselflies. Over the past four years I've been taking pictures of them when I hike in the late Spring & Summer here in Wisconsin. Can you name the species in the following Photos?
Click on the link below to read the latest edition of our chapter newsletter. Chat-May 2020
The International Crane Foundation's "From the Field Webinar Series" If you are interested in learning more about Cranes and the conservation work being done for these birds, then check out the webinars that are being done by the International Crane Foundation. They are nicely done and well worth the time spent watching them. The webinars … Continue reading ICF’s Webinar Series
The April 2020 edition of our chapter newsletter is available to download. Just click on the following link: Chat-April 2020 Don't forget about our native plant sale. Orders are due by the end of the month (April 30). Click on the image below to print the order form.