Virtual Field Trips
Learn all about Wisconsin’s natural wonders right from your living room!
Rejuvenate your energy and attitude through Forest Bathing with Field Trip leaders Mary Binkley and Sumire Kawamoto Williams.
Explore Peninsula State Park with Field Trip leaders Eric Hyde, Jennifer Birkholz, and Krista Lutzke.
Hike one of the rarest ecosystems of Wisconsin with Field Trip leaders Jake Koebernik, Josh Martinez, and Julie Hawkins-Tyriver.
Experience an oasis of art and nature at Adams Garden Park with Field Trip leaders Sharon and Larry Adams.
Paddle among the large fragrant blooms of American lotus with Field Trip leaders Jan Axelson and Timothy Baker.
Virtual Field Trips
Most of these videos were made during the pandemic when our Field Trip season was canceled and folks couldn’t get outside with us. Hear some of our favorite Field Trip leaders talk about their conservation topics or see videos taken on previous NRF Field Trips.
Learn about the American kestrel, Wisconsin’s smallest falcon, with Beaver Creek Reserve Scientists!
Explore cranes in Wisconsin and beyond with Ben Lam, education program coordinator of the International Crane Foundation!
Join Field Trip leader and consulting ecologist Neil Diboll from Prairie Nursery, Inc. on a tour of native prairie plants.
Learn from MCDI executive director Laura Holder about the four-legged team members of Midwest Conservation Dogs, Inc.
Join author and writer Lauren Koshere to learn about and practice nature writing.
Get out in the field at The Ridges Sanctuary in Door County with leaders Jane Whitney and Julie Knox.
Tour the Mounds View Grassland in Southern Wisconsin with Field Trip leader Eric Preston via trail cam footage.
Take a bog walk with Field Trip leaders Jim Reinartz and Danielle Bell as they explore this picturesque State Natural Area gem!
Search for frogs and turtles just emerging in springtime warmth with conservation biologist Andrew Badje.
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Banner photo by Barb Barzen.
Field Trip Program Director
Christine has been at the helm of NRF's Field Trip program since 1997. She has coordinated over 3,000 trips, helping tens of thousands of people explore Wisconsin's most special places.