Mark your calendar!
September 10, 2016 for the 33rd Annual PPD!
Migratory Bird Treaty Centenial!
Througout 2016 convservation groups across the country will be celebrating the Centiannila of the Migratory Bird Treaty and a century of bird consercation. There are many ways to celebrate the Treaty andget involved!
Follow the piolot biologists as they survey waterfowl breeding grounds
*courtesy of California Waterfowl Association
Prescribed burns - fertilizing the prairie
Why do we restore wetland and upland habitat?
- Saving the Monarch Butterfly - Univ of Minnesota
- Helping Monarch Butterflys
- MN Impact: U of M Bee Research
- Habitat Restoration: An Economic Engine
- Wetland Restoration: Evansville, MN
Wild Game Recipe Web sites
Now that fall is fully underway and most of us hopefully have some fresh game to cook for our families here is a short list of web sites for new recipes.
- Wild Game Recipes - Food Network
- Game Recipes - Hunter Angler Gardener Cookbook
- CooK Wild Game Web site
Hawk Eye Nature Cam
The Prairie Pothole Chapter has been building, maintaining, and documenting wood duck nesting structures for 30 years in West Central Minnesota. While it is fun to check the nest boxes after the chicks have hatched improvements in camera technology now allow you to watch what is happening inside the cedar boxes. The Hawk Eye Nat Camera is an excellent way to keep an eye on the happenings in your nest boxes. The Chapter is working with Birdhouse Spy Cam out of West Linn, Oregon to supply these cameras in Minnesota. You can learn more about the camera's by following the link to Birdhouse spy cam. If you are interested in a camera for your own project please contact LeRoy Dahlke at (320) 796-2787.