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.


Hike, snow shoe, cross country ski, photography


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