Tuesday, March 24, 2015

One May field trip: two of the rarest Wisconsin birds!

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The Kirtland's Warbler and the Whooping Crane will be the focus of this 2nd annual, mid-May event offered by the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin. It's an opportunity to see both birds in one day, accompanied by the researchers that have been closely involved in these birds' recovery in Wisconsin. Make a weekend of it in Central Wisconsin, near the breeding grounds of these two species--and enjoy educational presentations, camaraderie, and rare bird sightings too boot!




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Eagle Optics is a proud sponsor of this event, along with BirdWatching Magazine, International Crane Foundation, and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.


Where: Meet at the AmericInn Lodge and Suites, Wisconsin Rapids (field trip participants can receive a discounted rate if room is reserved by April 15)

Cost: $400/person. The amount includes transportation and lunch during Saturday’s field trip and a tax-deductible donation of $300 to support the Whooping Crane and Kirtland’s Warbler projects. The fee does not include transportation to Wisconsin Rapids, evening meals, or lodging.

Group size: 24 people

Last year, this event filled up quickly! Don't wait. Register here.





Plan to be part of this memorable weekend! You'll be learning about the incredible recovery efforts for these two species, as well as the Trumpeter Swan Recovery Program, in Wisconsin. Experience the thrill of checking two rare birds off your Life List, while making an invaluable tax-deductable donation to ongoing crucial conservation initiatives.

Read about all the details here, and if you have questions, call the Natural Resources Foundation at (608) 266-1430.

Nina Cheneynrf-logo-reversed-white-on-green
Eagle Optics Staff
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