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Wisconsin

Field Trips and Events

Newell and Ann Meyer Nature Preserve

September 20, 2014
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Waukesha/Walworth Counties

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We’ve spent the last five years restoring native prairie at the Meyer Preserve, and these grasslands are now a refuge for rare birds and other wildlife. Join Conservancy staff and enjoy the prairie in bloom, walk our interpretive trails, tour a historic Finnish cabin and learn more about this special place and the Wisconsin couple who made it possible.

Limit 20 people. Register by September 17th.
To register, contact Debbie Bacon or at 262-642-7276. Please provide the following information when you call or email: number of people in your party, email address and telephone number. Directions to the parking location will be provided via email when you register.

What to wear/bring: Please dress accordingly for the weather. Bring a hat, drinking water and insect repellent. You may want to bring guide books and binoculars if you have them.

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