The History and Ecology of Horicon Marsh
Bill Volkert, former naturalist and educator at Horicon Marsh will present a program about the history and ecology of what is now the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. Bill worked for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for 27 years. He has traveled throughout the world to find and study birds. With this program, topics such as historical events, land use, human occupation and the marsh’s value to wildlife will be discussed. This program is free and open to the public, with refreshments being served before and after.
Date: October 24th, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lions Field House @ 310 Elkorn Road (WI-67) Williams Bay, WI
Directions: The Lions Fieldhouse is located on the north side of Williams Bay, right off Highway 67 on the west side of the road. Turn onto Stark Road coming from either direction across from the Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy. There will be a Subway located on the other side of Stark Road just South of the fieldhouse.