Conservancy Day Programs are:
Thank you for your generous gifts and participation. You make it possible and you make it great! We welcome you to join us and help spread the word! Mark your calendars for these inspiring and special events the third Thursday of each month, from January through November.
Wildlife and Winter Adaptations - how do they live out there?
Thursday, January 19
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Clark Street Community School
2429 Clark Street, Middleton
Indoors and outdoors - Bring warm clothes and footware, and flashlights!
Free an open to the public
RSVPs appreciated to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn about the adaptations many animals have to help them survive harsh Wisconsin winters. Discover how and why animals make insultating shelters, store food, hibernate and migrate in order to live. Test your own skills at building mini shelters and come experience winter education in a whole new way with this guided interpretive program.
Liz Herzmann has worked out of the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center for the last 7 years and enjoys drawing awareness and appreciateion to the wildlife and natural beauty that abounds in Wisonsin and right in our own backyards!
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