Decomposing leaves give off nutrients which can be great for lawns and gardens. It’s not good when extra phosphorous ends up in waterbodies.
A meteor shower, late migrators, hibernating butterflies, fall color, and… “coprophagy.”
The Wisconsin DNR is offering the public a chance to rank which issues the agency should focus on over the next three years to protect water quality in lakes, streams and rivers.
A pair of reports released this week explain the St. Croix River’s special qualities, threats to its health, and strategies to protect it.
Help prevent the spread of aquatic invaders by cleaning and properly storing docks and other items for the winter.
After months of effort, Carpenter Nature Center joins global system revolutionizing study of birds and other creatures on the move.
Autumn is awe-inspiring on the St. Croix.
Non-native plants and animals can easily hitchhike on boats, decoys, and other equipment, and degrade wildlife habitat.
Workers are repairing a bluff and rerouting stormwater after decades of erosion and contamination.
With autumn’s arrival, changes have started happening faster at the seasons change.