Enjoy an Evening with Nature April 12
April 7, 2012 by Sarah
On Thursday, April 12, “An Evening with Nature: Eliminating Threats to Birds” will be held at the Henry S. Reuss Ice Age Visitor Center located at N 2875 State Highway 67, Campbellsport, Wisconsin, just a few minutes outside N. Fond du Lac. This event will take place from 7pm to 8:30pm.
The presentation at this event will be by Scott Deihl, the Manager of the Wisconsin Humane Society’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. As spring birds migrate from their winter homes, especially at this time of year when many birds are travelling, there are a number of hazards they can and do run into. At this event, guests will learn how to help these fine feathered friends have a safe journey from their winter homes to their summer homes, as well as about the various habitats that these birds need to breed and raise their young ones in.
Within the Kettle Moraine area, guests will find the Ice Age Visitor Center. Here, they will have a guided tour and learn of all the wonders of the northern climate, including the world famous glacial features that frequent the area. They will also learn about the wonderful features found along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. This event is suitable for children 10 and older.
Brochure printing may have made this location one of the most well recognized Ice Age Visitor Centers in all of Wisconsin, and this is sure to be a widely attended event. This event is free, but guests are asked to register in advance as seating is limited. For additional information, please call 920-533-8322.