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Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area Updates

The colors are changing and waterfowl migration is in full swing at the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area.  Visit here to learn more about the special events this October such as the Horicon Marsh Archaeology Festival, Crane Watch and more! 

Be sure to save time for the Horicon Marsh Explorium!  Hands on and interactive exhibits will tell you the story of Horicon Marsh from the ice age through present day.  For more information about Horicon Marsh or special events please contact Liz Herzmann at 920-387-7893 or Elizabeth.herzmann@wisconsin.gov.  The Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is located at N7725 Hwy. 28, Horicon between the cities of Horicon and Mayville. 

The birds will be here this fall, will you?

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