Cabin Fever Lecture Series
Each February and March BRPA presents a lecture series delving into topics that represent our vision for the hills, It's usually your chance to share the warmth of coffee, snacks and talks provided by excellent speakers, often stressing themes pertaining to our upcoming work on the landscape. Once again this year we've had to move to virtual fellowship that drives away winter's darkness and chill. Please join us as we try to capture that spirit for our 2022 pandemic offering.
2022 Cabin Fever Lecture Series
Thursday February 24
A Visit to Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
Dr. Robert Rolley and Dr. Karen Mesmer, Career Biologists and BRPA Members
Join Robert and Karen for another inspiring virtual field trip as they recount their travels to this unique New Mexico wildlife sanctuary in December 2021. The heart of the refuge features close to four thousand acres of Rio Grande floodplains that attract huge flocks of wintering cranes and geese along with other notable birds. Enjoy an enchanting evening with our favorite local wanderers of the natural world.
Sponsored by: Hiroshi & Arlene Kanno
Thursday March 24
A Tour of BRPA’s Greenfield Township Conservation Easements
Todd Persche, BRPA Executive Director
From high atop Sharlotte Coller’s acid bedrock glades, over to Toni
Ankenbrandt’s relict Pine Bluff forest, back through the wild Potter Preserve and over to the deep oak woodlands on the Holloway, McCormick, Belter, Koch, Zuch and Owens/Ernest easement properties, Todd will present photos and stories from his eight years of monitoring these protected natural gems.
Sponsored by: Dr. Barry Hartup & Merri Lindgren
Major funding for the series provided by Terrence & Barbara McCormick and members of the Baraboo Range Preservation Association.