The latest wetland news
A design charrette for the Marengo River watershed.
Tune in for an introduction to the 50 species of native mussels in Wisconsin.
Hear about how nest cameras helped researchers to explore the impact of water drawdowns on predator access to and survival of marsh bird nests.
Wetland Coffee Break: Population status of Wisconsin’s endangered/threatened amphibians and reptiles
Join conservation biologist Rori Paloski to learn about the current population status of Wisconsin’s endangered and threatened wetland herptiles.
When a community is experiencing water-related challenges—including flooding, eroding river and stream banks, water quality issues, and drought—wetlands can be part of the solution.
Continuing a strong Knowles Nelson Stewardship Program and increasing the Waterfowl Stamp fee are important wetland priorities up for consideration in the 2021-23 state budget.
We’ve seen how human actions have disrupted hydrology and brought widespread societal and ecological challenges. Now, let’s look at how we can reverse (and are reversing) the damage.
Ever wonder what that tadpole is? Need to better identify wetland indicators on your wetland delineations? The new “Field Guide to Amphibian Eggs and Larvae of the Western Great Lakes” can help.
We’ve identified several opportunities to include wetlands in this year’s state budget. We’re advocating for wetlands, and you can help!
This pocket field guide will help natural resource professionals and citizen scientists alike identify the eggs and larvae of amphibians found in the Western Great Lakes.