The morning team at Spirit Lake Preserve
Christine Bohn of Ozaukee-Washington Land Trust discusses the Spirit Lake site
Spirit Lake Preserve
Spirit Lake Preserve
The UWM Field Station Cedarburg Bog boardwalk was a huge hit. Check out the next photos to get a sense of the beauty of the bog.
The map of the UWM Field Station bog boardwalk
The UWM Field Station boardwalk is NOT Atlantic City!
Sites Coordinator Paul Gutelius checking the Treasures of Oz flag at the entrance to the Spirit Lake Preserve
Visitors and volunteers pose at Tendick Nature Park
Andrew Struck leads a walk in Tendick Nature Park
Active discussions at Tendick Nature Park
The log cabin at Tendick Nature Park
The gardens at the log cabin at Tendick Nature Park are maintained by LaVonne and Stan Suring and the members of the Master Gardeners
The garden at the log cabin at Tendick Nature Park
The creaking windmill at the log cabin at Tendick Nature Park
Ehlers County Park treasure site
Ehlers County Park was the site of electro-fishing. "No fish were killed in this process."
Allon and Magie wait for the next visitor
Ehlers County Park also featured a search for macro invertebrates with Kelly Ostrenga and Joe Fitzgerald of Milwaukee Riverkeeper.
Joe points out the macro invertebrate treasures they found
Ehlers County Park: EEK!
Ehlers County Park
Forest Beach Migratory Preserve was the celebration headquarters. The "Steve and Friends" band entertained.
Forest Beach Migratory Preserve site check-in
Forest Beach Migratory Preserve also had reptiles with Randyman Hetzel
Tom Kroeger of Lakeshore Park, Milwaukee talks about "bug hotels" at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve
Marjie Tomter (the wizard behind Oz) and Kay Dahlke pose with "Sparkles" the water spaniel at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve
Forest Beach Migratory Preserve
The auction layout at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve
Forest Beach Migratory Preserve also had displays by local groups including Oz County Land and Water Management
Conversations around the displays at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve
The young people get involved too!
Echo was very pleased with her upcycled buckthorn nametag at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve.
Harrington Beach State Park erected a special tent at the Niagara Picnic area to cover the Friends of Harrington Beach, Wisconsin Coastal Management, NOAA National Maritime Sanctuary and the Feith Kettle Moraine YMCA.
Harrington Beach State Park discussions under the big top
Interns with the Ozaukee Fish Passage program take a break from the Milwaukee River at Ehlers County Park and pose with their ice cream sandwiches
Another photo of the site table at the UWM Field Station Cedarburg Bog boardwalk.