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FNBWA Nature Walk – July 14th, 2018 – Free

On Saturday, July 14th, the Friends of Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area is sponsoring a nature walk. Meet the leader, Mark Nupen between 8:30 and 9:00 am at the Friends clubhouse, 33174 Gomulak Fire Lane, Danbury, WI. Watch for red and … Continue reading

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June 30 FNBWA Barrens Nature Walk

Submitted by Mark Nupen, FNBWA President and Nature Walk Leader Thank you to all who attended. We had a great nature walk! We started at a favorite spot, which is the Forest Home School on St. Croix Trail road just … Continue reading

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Isle City Academy Charter School of Cumberland Visits the NBWA

Ms. Zipperer and Ms. Johnson of the Isle City Academy Charter school led a group of students to visit the Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area on May 8, 2018. more…

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2018 Explore the Barrens Annual Event

Join us Saturday, June 9, 2018 for our annual Explore the Barrens celebration event. 8:30 am Nature Walk: Identify birds, butterflies, & wildflowers. 10:30 am “Mini-monsters of not so Deep Pond” Demonstration 10:30 am Geology of the Namekagon Barrens Demonstration … Continue reading

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UPDATE – Viewing Blinds for Sharp-tailed Grouse on the Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area

Spring is here. Roads are in good shape. Enjoy the show!

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UPDATE – Sharp-tailed Grouse Viewing Blinds

Update from Nancy Christel, Wildlife Biologist, Wisconsin DNR: April 13, 2018 Hello Viewers, As of April 13th, the blinds are up and ready for use on the Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area. If you have made a reservation, please use a blind … Continue reading

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No Viewing Blinds Before April 10 – Update Apr 9, 2018

Hello Viewers, April 9, 2018 Update We will visit the property at the end of the week to see if we are able to put up the viewing blinds in time for the weekend. The birds will dance as soon … Continue reading

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