Where do you go wild?
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Year Round:

Hiking, birding, observing native species
Take a Hike: Each property boast unique things to see with different trail distances. You can choose just one, or pick a day and hike between them.
Observation & Conservation of Native Plant Species: Spring blossoms, summer ripening, fall colors, & winter dry unearthly beauty.
Birding: nesting in spring, active summer, gathering & migration in fall, winter is the time to get up close and personal with empty nests

Spring Summer Fall:

BYOK (Bring Your Own Kayak or Canoe!): Kayak launches
Photography: Share your pictures with Green-Rock Audubon Society on Facebook, @GRAS on twitter, or #AudubonAdventure. Best amateur photo awarded per season in the membership newsletter & announced online.
Picnic: Bring a blanket and your picnic basket. Just remember to take your trash with you!
Bike Trip: All of the Reserves sit within 10 miles of each other, situated on quiet country roads near Beloit WI.

Winter:

Hike, snow shoe, cross country ski, photography

Volunteer:

Maintain Native Species, help keep trails, create firebreaks, and even burn native grasses