One morning this spring, as the last of the snow melts away, and buds and catkins appear on the tree tops, you may awaken to the burst of bird-song. If […]
Wisconsin Land Trust Days celebrates conserved wild spaces in the stat...
The insects are just warming up for their nightly chorus as folks begin to arrive at the Mounds View Grassland near Blue Mounds. The sun is low in the sky […]
Madison Public Library Debuts Naturalist-in-Residence Program This Fa...
Perpetual Notion Machine host Catherine Garvens speaks with Kristina Gómez, Community Engagement Librarian; and John C. Newman, the first ever Naturalist in Residence at the Madison Public Library. They’ll discuss […]
At the Edge of a Glacier: A Walk Down the Ice Age Trail
The Ice Age Trail is one of eleven national scenic trails in the US, winding its way through Wisconsin for over 1,000 miles. The story of the trail is one […]
Birders Gather to Raise Funds for Birds and Their Habitat
It’s early on a cold but sunny morning in late May, and I’m driving a twisty bit of country road along the edge of the Driftless region. The mist sits […]
Breast milk banks can fill the gaps during baby formula shortage
The recent baby formula shortage has renewed interest in a more natural alternative for infants who must depend on formula – human breast milk provided by donors. WORT reporter Catherine […]