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There are many beautiful places in Wisconsin. I am blessed to live within one of them, the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway. Even in the winter there is beauty everywhere! The River Road runs along the river from just north of Saint Croix Falls all the way to the Wolf Creek area. It’s a beautiful drive any time of the year!
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Here is the latest from the Wisconsin DNR…
Wisconsin ranks second nationally in the proportion of citizens considered birders, with fully one-third of residents 16 and older reporting they travel to watch birds, or actively watch and identify birds around home, according to a recently released U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service report.
Wisconsin trailed only Vermont, where 39 percent of residents are birders, and tied with West Virginia, where 33 percent of their population also watches birds. Numbers-wise, however, the Badger State vastly outnumbered those two states, with Wisconsin boasting 1,678,000 birders, compared to 292,000 for the Green Mountain State and 574,000 for the Mountain State.
“Wisconsin is well known for its rich tradition of birding and other forms of wildlife watching,” says Ryan Brady, Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative monitoring coordinator and Department of Natural Resources research scientist. “Here we have a strong connection to our natural resources, and their vibrant colors, soothing songs, and high degree of visibility make birds a crowd favorite.”
Wisconsin features both northern and southern breeding species and sits astride a major migration pathway, allowing birders easy access to one of the most diverse collections of bird life in the United States. More than 400 species have been recorded in the state, with the vast majority of species and numbers being migratory birds. Others, like chickadees, cardinals, grouse, and turkeys, are permanent residents
Brady says spectacles such as staging sandhill cranes, waterfowl migration on the Mississippi River, goose migration at Horicon Marsh, booming prairie chickens, overwintering bald eagles, and more than 30 species of warblers are some of the state’s biggest birding draws.
Nationally, there were about 47 million birders, about 20 percent of the population 16 and older, according to the report. They spent an estimated $41 billion on trip related expenditures and equipment, generated a total economic impact of $106 billion, supported 666,000 jobs and generated $13 billion in state and federal tax revenues.
The report, Birding in the United States: A Demographic and Economic Analysis [PDF - exit DNR]], is an addendum to the 2011 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation. That same survey found that 1.2 million Wisconsin residents fished, and 895,000 residents hunted in that same survey year. www.census.gov/prod/2013pubs/fhw11-wi.pdf [PDF]
Kim Grveles, who coordinates Wisconsin’s Bird Stopover Initiative, says the keen interest in birding in Wisconsin can be seen in the growing number of communities seeking “Bird City Wisconsin”www.birdcitywisconsin.org (exit DNR) status indicating their commitment to bird conservation efforts. Since the program started in 2010, 76 communities have been designated Bird Cities.
That interest also was seen in 2013 in the Great Wisconsin Birdathon wibirdathon.org (exit DNR), in which 155 birders spent part of a 24-hour period in May observing birds and soliciting pledges for the total number of species they saw. The birders observed a total of 252 species and raised more than $55,000 for bird conservation projects in Wisconsin, according to the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, which sponsored the event along with the Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative.
“There’s a growing recognition of what’s needed to maintain healthy populations of birds and to understand birds’ importance to their economies and quality of life,” Grveles says. “The national survey’s participation rates and economic rates reflect the important role birds play for our local communities and our state.”
More statistics from the report:
- In 2011 there were 47 million birdwatchers (birders) 16 years of age and older in the United States – about 20 percent of the population.
- 88 percent of birders are backyard birders, while 38 percent take trips away from home to “go birding.”
- The “average” birder is 53 years old while only 17 percent fall under the age of 35.
- Unlike hunting and fishing where men were overwhelmingly in the majority, a larger percent of birders were women – 56 percent in 2011.
- Birders are not a racially or ethnically diverse group. Ninety-three percent of birders identified themselves as white.
- 75 percent of birders reported observing waterfowl, making them the most watched type of bird. Birds of prey followed at 72 percent and songbirds at 68 percent.
- Wisconsin birders average 95 days of bird watching per year.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Ryan Brady, 715-685-2933; Kim Grveles, 608-264-8594; or Yoyi Steele, 608-266-8169
We have a great show lined up for you today, I’m gonna tell you about a unique employment opportunity here in Wisconsin, also a competition you might be interested in competing in, there’s also a new app that everyone in Wisconsin who hunts or fishes should know about, we also have some sports news, some fun Wisconsin events coming up soon and last but not least our featured Wisconsin small business.
Music on the show The Jimmys !!!!!
- Old World Wisconsin Employment
- Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Championship
- DNR News – Wisconsin’s Hunting, Fishing & Wildlife App
- Sports – Packers Tailgate Tour – Brewers Tickets
- Wisconsin Events - Klondike Days in Eagle River – Wildwood Film Festival in Appleton – Bayfield Winter Festival in Bayfield - Legion Barstool Races in Somerset – Canoecopia in Madison
- Featured Wisconsin Business – Runamuk Rides, Hayward
We just want to say a big Thank You to all of our listeners, we appreciate each and every one of you! Take care! -TWT
I recently downloaded Wisconsin’s new app for hunting, fishing and wildlife. It is amazing! It has everything…places to hunt and fish, the seasons, rules and regulations, news and so much more. The best part? It’s free! Here are a few screen shots for you. Click HERE to get it!
With tens of thousands of pheasant hunting enthusiasts about to descend on Wisconsin for a national “Pheasant Fest,” state wildlife officials say this is a good time to recognize the partnership with the festival sponsor that has been instrumental in providing another great year of pheasant hunting in Wisconsin.
Pheasants Forever’s annual national gathering known as the National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic runs from Feb. 14-16 in Milwaukee. The tenth annual festival and national Pheasants Forever convention will be held at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee. The festival attracted almost 29,000 upland bird enthusiasts to Minneapolis last year. The organization has more than 140,000 members nationwide, including 33 Wisconsin chapters.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has worked closely with Pheasants Forever in the past to acquire thousands of acres of land that continue to provide prime pheasant habitat and superb hunting opportunities.
“Our relationships with our non-profit conservation partners are invaluable to our mission,” said DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp. “We intend to work closely with Pheasants Forever for many years to come in order to continue improving pheasant habitat and expanding pheasant hunting opportunities in Wisconsin.”
Pheasants Forever began applying for Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program grants in 1997 and since then has leveraged more than 3.4 million in grant funds and an equal amount of private funding for land purchases in Wisconsin, according to Eric Lobner wildlife program manager for southern Wisconsin.
Some of the land protection highlights of this long-standing partnership include:
- H&L Farms - Pheasants Forever’s 714 acre land acquisition project is near completion in Rock County. The H&L Farms project is being funded in part by a Stewardship grant and Pheasants Forever plan to donate the property to DNR.
- Hallie Marsh - The Chippewa Valley Pheasants Forever Chapter attained several land tracts totaling roughly 800 acres. The land was acquired in part with Stewardship grants and donated to DNR.
- Paradise Valley Wildlife Area (Kincaid addition) – The Jefferson and Southwestern Pheasants Forever Chapters have pledged funds to help manage the 1,300 acre DNR property which was recently acquired by DNR.
- Jefferson Marsh Wildlife Area - Jefferson Marsh Wildlife Area, located in Jefferson County, was acquired by Pheasants Forever several years ago and has since been donated to DNR. This 3,000 acre property is a premier destination for pheasant, deer and waterfowl hunters.
In addition to purchasing land for habitat and hunting, DNR and Pheasants Forever have teamed up with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to fund four farm bill biologist positions in Wisconsin. These positions implement DNR’s private lands wildlife habitat programs and provide a critical link to private landowners interested in conservation and habitat projects to benefit pheasants and other valuable wildlife species.
With the presence of many other similar joint efforts and pheasant stocking on the rise, Lobner says Pheasants Forever and DNR have reaffirmed a mutual commitment to improving pheasant habitat and pheasant hunting in Wisconsin.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Eric Lobner, Southern Wisconsin wildlife program manager, 608-235-0860
photo by: cobaltfish
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It’s only January and it’s already been a long, hard winter here in Wisconsin. The recent temperatures make it almost impossible to get out and enjoy the outdoors. I stood in my kitchen yesterday looking out into the yard at our RV. I long for a warm summer night, sitting around the camp fire at a Wisconsin State Park.
So instead of being sad because it’s winter I decided to start planning our summer and making reservations for our weekend camping trips. I was quite surprised to see that many of the campgrounds in the state parks are already filling up for the summer. If you haven’t made your reservations yet, now is the time if you want the “good” spots!
Here is a link to the Wisconsin DNR camping reservations system. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/camping/ One great feature with this reservation system is that they have pictures of many of the sites. Here are a few awesome camp sites here in Wisconsin….
Interstate Park in Saint Croix Falls – Site 39, overlooks the Saint Croix River, beautiful!
Lake Wissota State Park near Chippewa Falls – Site 101, this is a great park with lots of trails, also an awesome place to kayak!
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When you watch the news it seems there are so many bad things going on in the world today. So today I thought I’d give you a dose of happy news!
Check out this story from the Milwuakee Journal Sentinal, what a great way to help out our veterans!
Then there’s the story of a family who lost their home to a fire on the very same day their son returned from serving in Afghanistan. Sad story but it’s great how the community has been helping them out.
With the Olympics coming up on February 7th I will be watching the hockey for sure!
This guy thought he was going to California, nope. The good folks in Menasha helped him out!
And then of course there’s this! Jump!
We made national news with this one!
And even though we’re planning to beat San Fransisco today we’re still not going to let their fans freeze! Go Pack Go!
During this long dark winter sometimes it helps to get out in it. Here’s a fun event for the whole family!
I’m not big into making New Year’s resolutions. If something in your life needs to change waiting until January 1st seems a bit silly to me. But, in the spirit of the holiday, I decided to make a resolution. It’s very simple…spend more time outside. That’s it. No big announcement, no life changing drama, just a simple promise to myself to spend more time on the lakes, in the woods, in the garden, camping etc. These are my happy places so it makes sense to spend more time there.
Wishing all of our readers a Happy New Year! May your year be filled with peace!
My husband, “HJ”, retired in August and for his retirement gift I gave him a new ice electric ice auger. He loves it! No gas to mess with, no fumes and it goes through the ice so easy. We went fishing last Saturday and the weather was beautiful, a great day to be outside. We fished in Polk County, Wisconsin. Even though we only caught 5 fish I can’t disclose the location of our ice fishing adventure, good fishermen never tell. Click here for more information about the ION Auger.
With the coming of the new year it’s the time of the year to look back and reflect. We found a great source for looking back at Wisconsin history, Recollection Wisconsin. Check it out, there are photos and stories from so many different walks of life. A person could spend ours on their website! Enjoy!
It’s a warm (well for Wisconsin anyway) Saturday morning here in northern Wisconsin. I’m watching the birds outside enjoying the balmy weather. I’ve noticed we have many Black-capped Chickadees in our yard. They especially enjoy the black sunflower seeds.
If you’re patient they’ll even eat out of your hand, check out the video below, I have to try this! It would be a fun thing to do with kids.
In researching more about the Black-capped Chickadee I found an awesome website called Feeder Watch. There is so much information, sounds, feeder tips, counts from around the U.S., great maps, videos and more. So I’ve decided to add a direct link for this website here on my own website. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
People looking for an People looking for an opportunity to break in their new cross-country skis or snowshoes or just getting out on their tried-and-true equipment will have plenty of opportunities this winter with 27 candlelight skis, hikes or snowshoes scheduled at Wisconsin state parks and other Department of Natural Resources properties.
Candlelight events kick of Jan. 4, 2014 with ski, hikes or snowshoes scheduled for Blue Mound, Harrington Beach, and Mirror Lake state parks. Events run through mid-February.
Once again this year, early snows have blanketed the entire state, so most state parks and forests with ski trails have been able to groom and track the trails. While most of the events include options for skiing and hiking or snowshoeing, some trails are skiing only and some are hiking or snowshoeing only.
Many of the events held throughout the winter include additional activities such as bonfires, and hot chocolate and other refreshments may be available for sale. Some events offer grills for cooking food or roasting marshmallows. Some properties have warming shelters that are open for the events. Many of the events are organized by the friends groups of the parks, which provide much of the volunteer labor for the events.
Candlelight events have become some of the most popular winter activities at Wisconsin state park properties. More than 1,000 people turned out for a candlelight event at Blue Mound State Park last January, when the park also dedicated its new “Friends Shelter;” more than 450 hikers and snowshoers showed up for the Rib Mountain candlelight hike; and a record 1,500 skier, hikers and snowshoers turned out for the candlelight event at the Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
Events may be cancelled in case of inclement weather or due to poor trail conditions – remember to check before you go.
2014 Candlelight skis, hikes and snowshoes at
For details of each event, search the DNR website for keyword “candlelight.”
Saturday, January 4, 2014
- Blue Mound State Park, Blue Mounds, Candlelight ski, hike and snowshoe. 608-437-5711
- Harrington Beach State Park, Candlelight ski and hike. Belgium, 262-285-3015 -
- Mirror Lake State Park, Lake Delton, Candlelight Ski, Hike and Snowshoe 608-254-2333
Saturday, January 11, 2014
- Kettle Moraine State Forest-Lapham Peak Unit, Delafield, Candlelight ski and hike 262-646-3025
- Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, Candlelight ski and hike. 920-451-4080
- Lake Kegonsa State Park, Stoughton, Candlelight ski. 608-873-9695
- Wildcat Mountain State Park, Ontario, Torchlight ski, hike or snowshoe. 608-337-4775
Saturday, January 18, 2014
- Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, Horicon, Candlelight snowshoe or hike .920-387-7860
Saturday, January 25
- Governor Dodge State Park, Dodgeville, 15th Annual Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe.608-935-2315
- Hartman Creek State Park, Waupaca, Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe.715-258-2372 -
- Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit, Eagle, Candlelight ski or hike 262-594-6200
- Lake Wissota State Park, Chippewa Falls, Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 715-382-4574
- Whitefish Dunes State Park, Sturgeon Bay, Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 920-823-2400
Saturday, February 1, 2014
- Big Foot Beach State Park, Lake Geneva. Candlelight Hike or Snowshoe . 262-248-2528
- Blue Mound State Park, Blue Mounds. Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 608-437-5711
- High Cliff State Park, Sherwood, Candlelight Ski or Hike 920-989-1106
- Harrington Beach State Park, Belgium. Candlelight ski and hike. 262-285-3015 -
- Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit, Campbellsport. Zillmer candlelight ski or hike. 920-533-8322
- Mirror Lake State Park, Lake Delton. Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 608-254-2333
Saturday, February 8, 2014
- Brule River State Forest, Brule. Afterhours candlelight ski . 715-372-5678
- Copper Falls State Park, Mellen. Candlelight ski and snowshoe. 715-274-5123
- Interstate State Park, St Croix Falls. Candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 715-483-3747
- Kettle Moraine State Forest-Lapham Peak Unit, Delafield. Candlelight ski or hike. 262-646-3025
- Peshtigo River State Forest, Crivitz. Candlelight ski or hike. 715-757-3965
- Pike Lake Unit – Kettle Moraine State Forest, Hartford. 25th annual candlelight ski, hike or snowshoe. 262-670-3400
Saturday, February 15, 2014
- Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan. Valentine candlelight ski or hike. 920-451-4080
- Governor Thompson State Park, Crivitz. Candlelight ski or hike. 715-757-3979
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul Holtan, Wisconsin state parks, forests, trails recreation public affairs manager 608-267-7517
Check out this crazy pile up in Germantown, Wisconsin! Be careful on the slippery roads out there folks!
A little Wisconsin DNR news….
MILWAUKEE — As fall hunting seasons get underway, many hunters have bucks on their mind and so does the Department of Natural Resources. In addition to white-tailed bucks, DNR is also focusing on the Milwaukee Bucks as the first DNR Nights game is set for Nov. 2, 2013.
Buy a discount Bucks ticket through our DNR Nights promotion and get this hat free.
Anyone holding any Wisconsin hunting or fishing license is eligible for discounted tickets on select home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee. In addition, each ticket purchased through the DNR Nights program will include a free regulation blaze orange Bucks winter hat.
“Hunting and fishing in Wisconsin is a time-honored tradition,” said DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp. “We are thrilled to give those license holders an added benefit they can use to spend time with their families.”
The following dates are designated DNR Nights at the BMO Harris Bradley Center:
- Saturday, Nov. 2 - 7:30 p.m. vs. Toronto (opening night)
- Wednesday, Nov. 6 - 7 p.m. vs. Cleveland
- Saturday, Nov. 9 - 7:30 p.m. vs. Dallas
- Saturday, Nov. 16 - 7:30 p.m. vs. Oklahoma City
- Wednesday, Nov. 20 - 7 p.m. vs. Portland
- Saturday, Nov. 23 - 7:30 p.m. vs. Charlotte
This exclusive promotion includes a discounted ticket and blaze orange Bucks hat for just $18 in the upper bowl and $35 in the lower bowl, a savings of up to 40 percent.
License holders can take advantage of this program by going to the DNR website and entering the keyword “DNR Nights” in the search box.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Trish Nitschke 920-360-3252
News Release Published: October 4, 2013 by the South Central Region From The Wisconsin DNR
Contact(s): Liz Herzmann, wildlife educator, 920-387-7893 Bob Manwell, DNR communications, 608-275-3317
HORICON, Wis. – Try your hand at a variety of outdoor skills such as archery, firearm safety, backyard bird feeding, fishing, first aid, cast iron cooking and camping at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center on Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. when the Department of Natural Resources and Friends of Horicon Marsh Education Center offer a family friendly Outdoor Skills Day.
The Horicon Bowmen and the DNR are proud to offer the archery camp at this year’s event. People of all ages can try archery using National Archery in the Schools Program equipment, the Genesis bow and recurve bows. There will be various archery and bow hunting related equipment and accessories to look at and touch as well as staff on hand to answer questions about the various equipment and programs available through the club and the department. NASP participation is growing in Wisconsin schools and Wisconsin will host the 6th Annual NASP World Tournament in 2014.
At 11:00am, join us for a program on waterfowl called “Duck, Duck, Goose” in the lower level auditorium.
The Horicon Marsh Outdoor Skills Day is free and open to the public. For more information please visit www.horiconmarsh.org or call 920-387-7893. The visitor center is located at N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources plans to release 75,000 pheasants on 92 public properties across the state in 2013. These stocking levels are up from 54,000 pheasants released on 70 public properties in 2012.
“The additional properties stocked this year will allow hunters to explore and find success on properties they may not have hunted in the past,” said Bob Nack, DNR Poynette game farm manager. “There’s certainly something special about a fall pheasant hunt, and being able to expand opportunities for our pheasant hunters is very exciting.”
The pheasant stocking program is largely supported by pheasant hunters, through the purchase of pheasant stamps, according to Nack.
“Being able to increase stocking levels translates directly into more recreational opportunities for the hunters who support the program,” said Nack.
The department will be releasing pheasants on 22 new properties in traditional pheasant range. In addition to the new properties, most properties stocked in the past will see increases in the number of pheasants released.
“By stocking this way, we are aiming to evenly distribute hunting pressure on public hunting grounds while also providing opportunities in new areas that can support the birds and are accessible to urban residents,” said Scott Walter, DNR upland game bird specialist.
Of the 22 new properties, 14 are located in southern Wisconsin, seven in eastern Wisconsin, and one in northwestern Wisconsin. Properties were selected based on the amount of pheasant hunting cover and proximity to large population centers.
A 2013 stocking information sheet and property maps can be found by visiting the DNR’s web siteand searching keywords “pheasant stocking.”
“We are excited about the increase in pheasant production and look forward to an exciting fall pheasant hunting season,” said Dr. Vic Connors, Friends of Poynette Game Farm president. The department partners with Friends of Poynette Game Farm, a non-profit group dedicated to supporting quality pheasant hunting opportunities through a stocking program.
To further increase hunting opportunities, DNR also cooperates with conservation clubs enrolled in the Cooperative Day-old Chick Program. Through the program, the conservation clubs raise the pheasant chicks and then release them on local public hunting grounds and private lands open to public pheasant hunting. In 2013, the department provided 36,250 rooster chicks to 34 clubs.
The list of private lands open to pheasant hunting is available by calling the Poynette game farm office, 608-635-8120, after Oct. 1.
The 2013 pheasant hunting season runs from noon, Oct. 19 to Dec. 31.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Bob Nack, 608-635-8120; Scott Walter, 608-267-7861
On Sunday we went to the Cars & Crafts Show in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin. Fun time and a lot of beautiful cars! If you like classic cars then Range, Wisconsin is the place to be on August 24th. Range Days is a lot of fun, you will see a lot of classic cars and motorcycles along with a parade and great music!
We have a fun show lined up for you today, first I’m going to tell you how you can win a great vacation to Wisconsin Dells, then I’ll tell you about the Gold Seal Awards for our state parks and how you can vote for your favorite parks, we also have DNR news, sports, events and our featured Wisconsin small business.
Music on the show The Jimmys !!!!!
- Wisconsin Dells Contest
- Gold Seal Awards
- DNR News – Stamp Contest Event
- Sports – Green Bay Packers Movie Night at Camp Randall
- Wisconsin Events - Big Bull Falls Blues Festival, Wausau Irish Fest, Milwaukee Cornfest, Eau Claire Wisconsin State H.O.G. Rally, Minocqua Pepper Festival, North Hudson
- Featured Wisconsin Business – Baraboo Candy Co., Baraboo
We just want to say a big Thank You to all of our listeners, we appreciate each and every one of you! Take care! -TWT
The cabbage in our garden is doing great this year. Aside from the traditional ham and cabbage soup I thought it would be fun to try some new recipes. Here are the links to the recipes. If you have a good cabbage recipes please let us know in the comments below.
Here is a great recipe from The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener for making Freezer Coleslaw…
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We have a fun show lined up for you today, first we’ll be talking about a new sport here in Wisconsin, well it’s not new but I’ve never heard of it and it is becoming very, very popular, so I will give you the scoop on that, then I have a neat story to tell you about from Wisconsin Public Radio, we also have DNR news, sports, events and our featured Wisconsin small business.
- Music on the show The Jimmys
- One Cabin in the Heyday of Northwoods Retreats
- DNR News – Elk in Wisconsin
- Sports - Brewers Brewers DNR Days Packers Curly’s Pub Player Created Burgers
- Wisconsin Events - Mile of Music, Appleton Vintage Military & Gun Show, Iola Horses & Hogs All Ride In Mustang & Harley Show, Fond du Lac Washington Island Music Festival, Washington Island Cornucopia Day, Cornucopia
- Featured Wisconsin Business – Fay Lake Resort, Long Lake
We just want to say a big Thank You to all of our listeners, we appreciate each and every one of you! Take care! -TWT