Adult and juvenile tundra swans by ©Alan Stankevitz
Refuge Naturalists to Staff Brownsville and Shady Maple Overlooks During Tundra Swan Migration On weekends this fall, Refuge staff and volunteers will be available at the Brownsville and Shady Maple Overlooks to share information about migra
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kendra Niemec 608-779-2386Creepy Critters Trick-or-Treat Event -“Bats, Owls, Snakes, Oh My!”Anyone who dares to learn about bats, snakes, spiders, owls and more is invited to attend a “Creepy Critters” trick-or-treat event on Wednesday, October 29th starting at 4:30 p.m. at the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge Visitor Center located on Brice Prairie.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jim Nissen (608) 779-2385 October 10, 2014 Kendra Niemec (608) 779-2386 Voluntary Waterfowl Avoidance Area in Effecton Lake Onalaska Beginning October 15
A Voluntary Waterfowl Avoidance Area will once again be in effect on Lake Onalaska (Navigation Pool 7) of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge during the 2014 fall migration. Dates of the program are October 15 through mid-November.
For Immediate Release: Contact: Katie Julian 608 779 2391
October 9, 2014
Saturday, October 18th 10:30am: “The Reptiles and Amphibians of Wisconsin”presented by Mr. Matthew Heeter -- Kicking off our first “Science Saturday” for the fall.Wednesday, October 29th, 4:30pm – 8:00pm: Creepy Critters: Facts and Fiction– Are you ready for a howling good time?! If so, put on your costume and come join us to “trick or treat” around the Refuge to learn about “creepy critters”: owls, bats, ticks, spiders, snakes, and more! Where: Visitor Center N5727 County Road Z, Onalaska, WI.Phone: La Crosse District Katie at (608) 779-2391
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