Wapati by the Water

September 26, 2019
Join Brenda Maier—Wisconsin Master Naturalist and co-owner of True North Guiding and Outfitters and the Cable Natural History Museum—for a float trip down the west fork of the Chippewa River, right through the heart of elk country. She’ll talk about the history of elk in this area, including the reintroductions, explain how Snapshot Wisconsin trail cameras have played an integral role in monitoring the reintroduced elk herds, and share stories of her own personal encounters with Chequamegon Elk. Brenda will even use her elk call in the hopes of hearing a bull bugle in response. Meet at Boulder Lodge at 3:00 p.m. and return by 7:00 p.m. Dress for the weather. Bring your own canoe or kayak (a few will be available to borrow), snacks, water. You don’t have to be a Master Naturalist to participate! And adult learners are welcome. Space is limited. Register  by September 20 by going to cablemuseum.org or call 715-798-3890. $35 member/$40 non-member. 

Sep 26
Boulder Lodge