Land Trust Hosted Events
May 01 - 31, 2013
All areas of Wisconsin
The Great Wisconsin Birdathon is a joint effort of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative. Help reach the 2013 Great Wisconsin Birdathon's goal of $40,000 to support these projects: Bird City Wisconsin, Wisconsin Stopover Initiative for Migratory Birds, Important Bird Areas, Citizen Science for Birds, Neotropical migrant wintering site: Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, Kirtland’s warbler monitoring and whooping crane reintroduction. A birdathon is forming a team and spending any portion of a 24-hour period in May observing birds and soliciting pledges for the total number of species seen. For the Great Wisconsin Birdathon, teams create their own pages on our the Birdathon website, and use those pages to collect online donations from donors using their credit cards.
May 25, 2013
The town of Fifield in Price County
Join Northwoods Land Trust for their annual meeting and a tour of their first Price County easement led by landowners, Sue Kartman and Cindy Walters. After the field tour a light lunch will be served. Following the lunch, the NWLT Annual Meeting will be conducted including a “virtual tour” of the land trust’s projects and activities. Please email email@example.com call (715) 479-2490 for directions to the field tour and to RSVP for the lunch and annual meeting.
Jun 01, 2013
- Beulah Bog State Natural Area in East Troy, WI
Looking for a cure for Nature Deficit Syndrome? Join Kettle Moraine Land Trust for any or all of their three upcoming Nature Walks. These walks led by experts will get you out into special places for an hour or so. You’ll see and learn about bird watching, plant identification and how the unique geography affects plants and animals. The walks are informal and you’ll have an opportunity to talk to the experts and ask questions and well as enjoy an hour or two out of doors.
Jun 05, 2013
Camp Quad in Hartford, WI
Join Tall Pines Conservancy for a geology and bird hike this June. More details to follow.
Jun 13 - 16, 2013
Blue Hills Segment, Rusk County
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Sunday build ends at 12)
Join the Ice Age Trail Alliance and fellow trail enthusiasts for a day or more of trail building, free meals, and camping. Scheduling is flexible and roles vary from building to photography to cooking. Contact Tim Malzhan at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.