outagamie.wi.us/park/MH-Home.html Now – May 31: Traveling exhibit entitled “Saving Endangered Species, Saving Ourselves?” at the Thrivent Financial Gallery . April 29-May 20: Advanced Bird Watchers Class, Tuesdays from 6:15-9 p.m. April 26: Wonders of the Woodcock field trip, 7-9:30 p.m. with naturalist Mike Hibbard.
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July 5: 2nd Annual Algoma Challenge. 100% payback, less expenses. For more info contact Billy Goat Bait & Tackle, 920-487-9710 or check out firstname.lastname@example.org July 26-Aug. 3: 21st Annual Kewaunee/Door County Salmon Tournament. For more info contact Kewaunee Marina, 920-388-2222. Aug. 15-17: Nat’l Championship Musky Open, Vilas County Fairgrounds, Eagle River. For more info call
To find out which roads and trails are open for use and which are closed, check the DNR web site www.dnr.state.mn.us under “Current Conditions” or call the DNR Information Center at (651) 296-6157 or toll free 1-888-MINNDNR (646-6367). Road and trail closing information is updated weekly.
Correspondent Madison Beth Williams, DVM, Ph.D., from the University of Wyoming Department of Veterinary Sciences, told a packed auditorium on the UW-Madison campus that Wisconsin is acting correctly in its efforts to rid the state of chronic wasting disease (CWD). “Wisconsin seems to be on the right track, and has been brave in stepping forward
Correspondent Madison Crushing hopes that genetic barriers could slow the spread of chronic wasting disease, a UW-Madison study suggests that most deer are prone to the fatal ailment. That’s the opinion of the study’s senior author and University of Wisconsin professor of animal health and biomedical sciences, Judd Aiken. Aiken, 47, is considered one of
Muddy Waters Retriever Club (HRC) meet to train retrievers every 2nd & 4th Saturdays, 9 a.m. at The Mead Dog Training area North of Junction City, WI on Hwy “0”. For more info contact Kevin McMahon at email@example.com. Horicon Marsh Hunting Retriever Club meets on the second Monday each month, 6:30 pm, Oak Central in
June 14: Annual 3D Shoot in Horicon. Team & individual events at Horicon Marsh Bowmen. For more info call Steve Prieve, 608-251-5990. July 19: 1st Annual 3D Shoot in Fond du Lac at Lake Shore Archers. For more info call Steve Prieve, 608-251-5990. Aug. 9-10: Annual 3 D Shoot in Verona. Team & individual events
June 7-8: Outdoor Archery Shoot. 7-5 p.m. both days. All styles & ages welcome. July 26-27: Outdoor Archery Shoot. 7-5 p.m. both days. All styles & ages welcome. Aug. 30-Sept 1: Safari Shoot Archery Tournament. TWSA 2003 Shooting Schedule. Registration 8-3 p.m. Club grounds located 11/2 miles off of County O on Broadway, between Tomah
Editor Pillager, Minn. For a minimum of $800, Gary Tank will sell you a bull elk, dead or alive. The price tag includes antlers, cape, and meat, and if you choose to shoot that elk on Tank’s property, that’s your business, he says. The Minnesota DNR disagrees and says that advertising and allowing such transactions