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We continue to collaborate with Quad Packaging on our Educational Outreach Programs. We will be implementing a pilot program in 2019 called Trees are Treasures for students in K-3. More information can be found on our Education page. Pictures from this program will be posted on this site.

In addition, we will be presenting to several community organizations and nature groups such as Treasures of Oz. When dates and details are set, we will post them on the website if they are open to members and the public.

We are looking forward to programs such as these, and we're excited to spread the word about what we can do to help wildlife and our environment.

Jeannie has created a new video starring Koda! This is the time of year when Great Horned Owlets can fall from their nests, so Jeannie explains what to do if you find a wild animal. This is definitely worth watching!

With the warmer weather here (relatively speaking), work efforts continue on the much needed flight cage. A fantastic group of volunteers engaged in heavy lifting and adjusting huge beams while snow and ice were still on the ground. Stay tuned for further progress on this construction project. April 2019
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Update!!! Lots of changes have been made to our flight cage!! Wow! These photos are from June 2019.
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In late February, our educational programs resumed for both Jeannie and Kristen. Our first school visits were to Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Port Washington. Super kids and amazing staff! We also returned to Elwood May Environmental Center, a nature center with which we have shared time and energy for over 25 years.
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These programs will continue throughout the summer.  One event that is coming up is to one of our favorite spots, the Ice Age Center near Mauthe Lake on July 13. The public is invited, and the program starts at 7 PM. Hope to see you there.

Learn what to do if you find a wild animal.

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