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Summer Public Evening Programs Sponsored by
These 1-hour programs are held in the air-conditioned Education Hall and topics are geared toward adults and teens and adults.
Each program is only $2/person.
2015 programs will be held on Tuesday evenings from June 30th - August 4th!

June 30th:
Birds of Prey with TFT Educator Kim Trinkle.

Explore the world through the eyes of a hawk, eagle, owl, and other birds of prey.  Learn about raptor adaptations, habitats, and the species found in Wisconsin.  Meet TFT’s educational red-tailed hawk, Apollo. 

July 7th:
Northwoods Weather! With Meteorologist Matt Benz from Channel 12 (7:15 PM)

Come learn about what makes the Northwoods unique when it comes to the weather! Be sure to bring plenty of questions as we spend time talking about the weather and why it's so important to our daily lives.   ***If severe weather is in the forecast, Matt will be needed at the station. Alternate program: Bog Ecology or Reptiles and Amphibians

July 14th:
Invasive plants of the Northwoods with Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership Coordinator Rosie Page

Join Rosie as she demonstrates how to identify and report the 10 most common invasive plants in Vilas and Oneida Counties. Learn how to easily use a new smart phone or tablet  app to contribute to Wisconsin’s database. Also get an update on the newly revised NR 40 Wisconsin invasive species legislation to ensure you are following all the rules!

July 21st:
Nature Photography with Jen Ruby-Durst

Learn how to take better nature/wildlife photos whether with a DSLR camera or on your phone. Explore how following the basics of photography will lead to better photography. Topcis to be included: composition, knowing your subject, and putting meaning into your photographs (things to consider before taking the photo).

July 28th:
Discovering our Water Connection with Naturalist and Adventurer David Kuckuk

Join David Kuckuk as he shares his 625-mile kayak journey on some of Wisconsin's most significant waterways.  As an adventurer and educator, Kuckuk's expedition involved students and voyageur reinactors in an exploration of the science, history, and beauty that makes Wisconsin special.  This program may be inspirational in planning your own Wisconsin adventure.

August 4th:
Woodpeckers of the Northwoods with Naturalist Licia Johnson

Woodpeckers are one of the most widely recognized groups of birds and are noted for their amazing adaptations and curious characteristics.  Join North Lakeland Discovery Center Naturalist Licia Johnson as you explore these highly specialized birds and learn to recognize the ones in your own backyard.

Upcoming Events

Tue Aug 04 @10:30AM - 11:30AM
Family Nature Program - Outdoor Explore
Tue Aug 04 @ 7:00PM - 08:00PM
Evening Public Program - Woodpeckers of the Northwoods
Thu Aug 06 @ 8:30AM - 04:00PM
SEEK - Bio Inventions
Thu Nov 26 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
Wed Dec 23 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM