The Lower Wisconsin Riverway joins five other sites in Wisconsin recognized as a Wetland of International Importance by the United States and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.
In 2018, and again in 2019, Wisconsin’s precious wetlands threw out an early spring lifeline to storm-stranded birds.
Each year in mid-April, more than 2,000 volunteers travel to their local wetlands and favorite birding locations to participate in the Crane Count. But did you know that WWA played a large part in the early years of the Crane Count?
One of our supporters recently asked if drawdowns are bad for wildlife. It’s a great question, and an important one for wetlands!
Isolated wetlands are essential, critical, and without compare as a habitat resource for waterfowl.