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Learning about Dragonflies & Damselflies

Date(s): 6/27/2015

9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Beaver Creek Reserve, Wise Nature Center, S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek, WI 54742
Join Ryan Chrouser from the Wisconsin Dragonfly Society to learn about the biology and ecology of the local dragonflies and damselflies. To begin, the short presentation will include tips on species identification and how citizen scientists can get involved. Be prepared for a trip out to the trails after the indoor presentation. Bring an insect net if you have one!
Registration and full payment required by June 19.
Friends $5 Nonmembers $8
Sarah Bergstrom, 715-877-2212

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Big Bird Day with the Citizen Science Center

Date(s): 5/28/2015

5:00 am-11:00 am

Beaver Creek Reserve Fall Creek
Last year the Citizen Science Center documented 68 bird species on their inaugural Big Bird Day. This year they will attempt to top their 2014 species total. Think they can do it? Want to one of a few people tag along? In the morning, we will bird the Beaver Creek Reserve property and in the afternoon we will bird the Henke Farm property. Pre-registration is required as there is only space for 4 lucky participants for each time slot. Bring binoculars, field guide, lunch and snacks, water and clothing appropriate for the weather. Sightings will be used to update the Reserve’s species list and to document species of special concern if encountered.
Registration and payment required by May 25.
Friends $75 Nonmembers $75
Melissa O'Donnell (715) 877-2212

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Phenology Hike For Elder Explorers

Date(s): 6/4/2015


Beaver Creek Reserve Fall Creek
Led by BCR naturalist, Jim Schweibert, this 60-minute hike on Reserve trails will document the changes taking place in the woods at the Reserve. The hike will be capped off with coffee and a treat, and further discussion about the changes and things we’ve seen on the hike. Hikers should expect about a mile long hike with uneven terrain and stairs to negotiate. This program is targeted for adult nature lovers 55 and older. Participate monthly or register for one week at a time — the choice is yours.
Registration and full payment required by April 21, May 12 and June 2.
Friends $3 (per hike) Nonmembers $5 (per hike)
Melissa O'Donnell (715) 877-2212

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Aquatic Plants of Wisconsin

Date(s): 7/27/2013

1-3:30 p.m.

Beaver Creek Reserve, Wise Nature Center, S1 Cty Hwy K, Fall Creek, WI 54742, Exact meeting place TBA
Lakes are beautiful gems that hold many wonders including aquatic plants. These plants are often regarded as “seaweed” or “weeds” even though they play a vital role in the lake ecosystem. Learn about the diversity of these plants by exploring a secluded lake by canoe in the Chippewa County Forest. Participants will sample for the plants, identify them, and even learn how to press aquatic plants. Canoes and life jackets will be provided. Bring sun protection and wear clothing that can get wet. Your own transportation to the field site is necessary. More details upon signup.
Registration and payment required by July 25.
Friends $15 Nonmembers $20
Min 6/Max12
Angie Sommers

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