Spring at Schlitz Audubon
Whether you prefer wetlands, woodlands, or prairies, each habitat has life emerging in this season. Along the trails, wildflowers spring through the remaining leaves covering the forest floor. The southern portion of the Center’s property is a reptile and amphibian haven. Look up in in our woods to see brightly-colored warblers gracing the tree tops, with their radiant yellows, stark blacks, and brilliant blues on display.
From sprout to flower to fruit, it’s a great time to begin discovering at Schlitz Audubon.
In this spring issue of Panorama, read about phenology at the Center, plein air painters in the Nature Preschool, the smallest falcon in the United States, celebrating Earth Day Every Day, and more!
Panorama also includes a listing of programs taking place during April, May, and June. Paper copies were mailed to members on Tuesday, March 13. To view a digital version, click here. To receive a printed copy, click here to learn about the benefits of membership.
2018 | Year of the Bird at Schlitz Audubon
In 2018, we mark the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the most powerful and important bird-protection law ever passed. At Schlitz Audubon, we’re proud to partner with conservation organizations throughout the United States in celebrating the Year of the Bird. Read more.
Removing Buckthorn at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
Susan Bence of 89.7 WUWM stopped by to learn about our efforts to combat Buckthorn. Throughout the seasons our volunteers and land management staff work diligently to eradicate invasive species. Watch the video here.