FINAL_cover 2016 Field Trip guidebook

 


 

April 28, 2016 update: More than 80 field trips still have at least one open space. To discover open field trips, take a look at our interactive map. Click on the colored pin (noting the physical demand from easy to extreme) to read a description of the open trip and see photos from past field trips.

 

 

 


 

 

Field trip registration is now open to members! Click here to register. Review our FAQ and Reg. tips for a smoother registration.

Our 2016 field trip guidebook is also an e-book.

You must be a member of the Foundation to register for field trips.

 

STEPS TO REGISTERING FOR FIELD TRIPS: 

Not already a member of the Foundation?

  1. Become a member with a donation of $25 or more. Your membership supports the conservation of our state’s most precious resources: our public lands, waters, and wildlife.
  2. Your field trip registration passcode will be in your donation confirmation email.
  3. A Field Trip Guidebook will be mailed to you, but it may take a day or two. In the meantime, look through our online guidebook.
  4. Review our FAQ and Reg. tips for a smoother registration.
  5. Register for trips! A link to online registration will appear on our homepage starting at noon March 23. Registration for our field trips is exclusively online (no phone calls or emails).

Already a member of the Foundation?

  1. Members of the Foundation should have already received the Field Trip Guidebook in the mail.
  2. Your registration passcode is on the back of your guidebook.
  3. Review our FAQ and Reg. tips for a smoother registration.
  4. Register for trips! A link to online registration will appear on our homepage starting at noon March 23. Registration for our field trips is exclusively online (no phone calls or emails).

ADDITIONAL FIELD TRIP INFO:

What makes our field trips special?
We offer amazing and completely unique opportunities for all ages and abilities to explore and learn about bats, birds, butterflies, beetles, and more. Or hike, bike, or canoe in Wisconsin’s most spectacular places. You’ll have a great time, and discover the very best of our state. Our field trips are led by professionals from the Department of Natural Resources and other experts who share their love and knowledge of Wisconsin’s lands, waters, and wildlife. No other organization offers these kinds of up-close experiences that inspire our participants and provide a great introduction to Wisconsin’s precious natural resources.

When can I sign up for field trips?
If you are not already a member of the Foundation: Consider becoming a member now to secure your spot on the most sought-after trips by registering March 23! Or, wait until after April 1 and become a member during the field trip registration process (using the passcode JoinNRF), and you will receive a discounted membership of just $15 per family.

Questions? Email: [email protected]

Where can I find the field trip waiver?
You can find the field trip waiver here, but note that you do not need to bring this along on the trip. Your field trip leaders will have a copy there for you to sign.

SOJOURNERS SOCIETY:
If you cherish your outdoor memories of hikes through verdant lands, paddles down pristine waters, and quiet observations of birds, bats and other wildlife with the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, we invite you to join our Sojourners Society to support our field trip program. Learn more about how to become a Sojourners Society member today!

INTERNATIONAL TRIPS:
Want to explore the world with us? Discover our International Trips.