Green Rock Audubon Hears Incredible History of Horicon’s Survival

BELOIT – Imagine a single flock of 20,000 geese taking flight from a wetland and filling the sky above your head with wings and clamor. Anyone in southern Wisconsin can experience that and so much more with a lovely seasonal drive to Horicon Marsh. For an amazing evening earlier this month, former Horicon naturalist Bill Volkert brought the vast wetland’s best and worst moments in history to Beloit. Volkert was featured speaker at Green Rock Audubon’s annual meeting and dinner in Bushel & Peck’s Local Market. From prehistoric animals and Ice Age trails to nearly complete ruination by man, over and over again, Volkert hit home significance and import of the largest fresh water cattail m

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