Nature Center


The Retzer Nature Center is located west of Waukesha, Wisconsin on Madison St and at Waukesha DT.

Select this link to see a panorama photo at the Retzer Nature Center

 

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The Wehr Nature Center  walking trail winds through woodlands, wetlands, prairie, and around Mallard Lake.

The Wehr Nature Center walking trail winds through woodlands, wetlands, prairie, and around Mallard Lake.

Select this link to see a panoramic view on the Wehr Nature Center Walk at Summertime

Select this link to see info on the Wehr Nature Center Mallard Lake walking trail

 

A view of Springfield lake from the Springfield, Missouri Nature Center

A view of Springfield lake from the Springfield, Missouri Nature Center

Select for larger views of a series of Springfield, Mo. Nature Center panoramic photos.

Select this link to see a video of the Springfield, Mo Nature Center long trail walk

Select this link to see a video of the Springfield, Mo Nature Center inside the center

The water fall is located in Wehr Nature Center on Mallard Lake at Whitmall Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Select this link to see Springtime panorama photos at Wehr Nature Center, next select slideshow.

Select this link to see Wehr Nature Center Info

Select this link to see info on trail walks

Warbler birds, like this Magnolia Warbler, pass through the Milwaukee, WI area for 2 to 7 days each Spring. They are difficult to photograph, because of their flittering flight and small size.

Select this link to see spherical panoramic photos of the Wehr Nature Center Warbler log jam site

Each Spring Warbler birds migrate north as a change of the seasons, many pass through the Wehr Nature Center, as it is a favorite site for Warblers. Most of the time the migration is of small groups of Warbler types at various times. This year, 2011, extraordinary larger groupings came through for almost an entire week’s time. The Magnolia Warble, seen above, is typical of the many colorful Warblers that were seen and photographed.

 Since the photos are panoramic photos, you will not be able to see a good instance of a Warbler, because of their flittering flight and smallness of size. But trust me, the Warbler birds were there at the time of the photos. Links will be added later that will show the Warbler photos. It is intended by the panoramic photos to show the Warbler bird watching experience, and the site locations where they were found. Other sites were also found, but not as extraordinary as these shown.

I may add, this is my first time to photograph more than one Warble type in a short time. Cool and sunny days with little wind also helped.

Select the link below to see my bird site, and the Warbler photos that have been added to the site by selecting the “Warbler category”.


The duck blind can be seen after the first freeze and snow on Mallard Lake at the Wehr Nature Center.

Select this link to see panorama photos of the Wehr Nature Center in the winter

After the first freeze and snow, the early morning sunshine sweeps across Mallard Lake at the Wehr Nature Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The air was nippy, the snow and ice were crisp, the geese were gone, and it was bone-chilling quiet in the cold. Everyone sat in their car, with the motor running, as they sipped their hot drink and watched the view. I stood in the cold and took these panoramic views. It only took a moment.

In July there can be seen several varieties of Summer Flowers from the trails.

Click to see panoramic photos of Wehr Nature Center Summer Prairie Flowers

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