Trail cam: Lazy Otter
Trail cam: Raccoon playing in water
Trail cam: den and fox family
Trail cam: fox and cubs
Forestry Club teaches first graders how to measure trees.
Trail cam: bobcat
Workers proceed with a Spring controlled burn.
Tree core reveals tree age to aid in management decisions - Wisconsin
Forestry Club students and Smokey Bear teaching first graders about Forestry - Wisconsin
Learning proper tree-climbing techniques - Wisconsin
Blanding's turtle
Birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) conks on paper birch in northern Wisconsin
Wild turkey research - Wisconsin
Students collect forest stand data for management plan - Wisconsin
Students learning field techniques during wildlife ecology summer camp - Wisconsin
White-tailed deer fawn - Wisconsin
Pine seedling – Woodruff Wisconsin

Forestry Club Christmas Tree Sale


The UW Forestry Club will be holding their 42nd Annual Christmas Tree Sale December 4-6 in the UW Stock Pavilion.  Tree species include Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, White Pine as well as Fraser Fir Wreaths. Proceeds from the sale support student career and professional development opportunities within the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology.



There are no seminars scheduled for the next 30 days.  Click here to view the full list of seminars for the semester.

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