Thursday, September 24, 2009

across Wisconsin in September...

I'm grateful to have seen these things while afield in September, including a Marsh Wren at our banding station, mushrooms on a riparian woodland study site, flaming maples, dew-laden branches, needles and leaves in a spruce-tamarack bog, and the sunrise over Wisconsin Point in Superior. It has been an extraordinary series of opportunities to witness the glory of autumn in Wisconsin, while alone, or in the company of talented and brilliant colleagues, or with citizens interested in learning more about the natural world in our state. And I still have weeks more of this in store!

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