You are invited to be part of a paddling posse to locate invasive species on the Mississippi River. Join Ranger Ed Lagace and Biologist Lisa Reid of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge as they search for water lettuce and water hyacinth near Buffalo City, WI on Friday, July 19, 2013. The posse will depart from the Lower Spring Lake Landing at 10:00 a.m. and return to the landing by 2:00 p.m.
The Lower Spring Lake Landing is located near Buffalo City, WI on South River Road at the Lock and Dam 5 embankment entrance. GPS coordinates 44°12`19.83"N 91°49`57.30"W.
Pre‐registration is required by calling or emailing Refuge Ranger Ed Lagace at 507‐494‐6236 or email@example.com. The Refuge will provide canoes, paddles and PFD’s for your use or you can bring your own equipment. Binoculars for bird viewing, a lunch and drinking water are recommended.
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The Pelican cam is operational, the pelicans and cormorants have already begun nesting. Check out the webcam on Cormorant Island. The white pelicans are sitting on 2 eggs in a shallow depression on the island and cormorants are sitting on 4-5 eggs in stick nests in the trees and on the ground."
Thanks to our Friends group for providing these webcams.