Travel Wild Wisconsin [electronic resource] : A Seasonal Guide to Wildlife Encounters in Natural Places / Candice Gaukel Andrews
- Machine generated contents note: April -- 1.Greater Prairie Chickens: Sitting Out the Dance -- Buena Vista Wildlife Area in Bancroft -- 2.Sturgeon: Spotting Those Who Spawn -- Lake Winnebago, the Wolf River, and the Shawano Dam -- 3.Sharp-Tailed Grouse: Liking the Land Between -- Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area in Northwest Wisconsin -- May -- 4.American Bison: Peeking into the Mountain -- MacKenzie Environmental Education Center in Poynette -- June -- 5.White-Tailed Deer: Ferreting Out a Phantom -- Sandhill Wildlife Area in Babcock -- July -- 6.Loons: Counting on the Croix -- Saint Croix Flowage in Gordon -- August -- 7.Monarch Butterflies: Playing Tag -- The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor -- September -- 8.Elk: Heeding the Bugler's Call -- Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Clam Lake -- 9.Whooping Cranes: Saving a Spirited Species -- Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Necedah -- October -- 10.Sandhill Cranes: Going Out for the Night, as They Come In -- Crex Meadows Wildlife Area in Grantsburg -- 11.Saw-Whet Owls: Touching What's Wild -- Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve in Two Rivers -- 12.Canada Geese: Dealing with Dueling Attitudes Horicon National Wildlife Refuge and Horicon Marsh -- Wildlife Area in Southeast Wisconsin -- November -- 13.Tundra Swans: Losing and Looking to the Future -- Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge in Alma, Wisconsin, and Brownsville, Minnesota -- January/February -- 14.Bald Eagles: Watching a Winter River -- Wisconsin River in Prairie du Sac -- 15.Gray Wolves: Tracking and Howling -- Treehaven in Tomahawk.
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