Friends of the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
The Friends of the Horicon NWR has a number of
educational events and projects scheduled. Ongoing Visitor
Center projects include wildflower landscaping, limestone
amphitheater, and hiking trail with recreational and
educational components.

If interested in getting involved with our group, or you just
want to learn more about the refuge, send us an email!

October 18, 2018
"Volunteers don't
get paid, not
because they're
worthless, but
because they're
priceless."
- Sherry Anderson
About the Marsh
"All Over the Map: Horicon Marsh" Video
by Peter Schreimer of Portly Toad Studios
The fall art exhibit at the refuge visitor center
features photographers Signe & Gerald Emmerich.
Exhibit runs from Sept. 8 through November.
Signe and Gerald Emmerich travel extensively, love
photographing the natural/cultural aspects of the world, and are
very active in the Photography Society of America.
Mother and Cub by Signe Emmerich
Laughing Whitefish Cascade by Gerald Emmerich
Cattales
Newsletters

Fall Migration Underway at the Refuge!
Sandhill cranes by David Edwards