Monthly Archives: January 2018

Tracking Wisconsin Snowy Owls

In December of 2017, responding to an urgent plea from bird researchers in Wisconsin and our fellow conservationists at Project SNOWstorm, we raised enough funding to outfit two Wisconsin snowy owls with tracking devices. Thanks to our generous donors and a sponsorship from Wisconsin Public Service Foundation, we now have two snowy owls we can (almost) call our own! Badger, the first Wisconsin snowy owl Badger, a young female, was the first snowy owl captured...

Winners of the 2017 Field Trip Photo Contest

Each year as the Field Trip season ends, we ask you to send us your best pictures from any Foundation Field Trip to our Field Trip Photo Contest. And each year you blow us away. Not only because your photographs are beautiful (which they are), but they tell such a wonderful story of the Foundation’s impact on you and our efforts to protect Wisconsin’s incredible lands, waters, and wildlife. Thank you for being a part...