January 2016 Previews & Reviews -- WNR Magazine

Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine January Preview

Previews & Reviews

January 2016

Go Wild for Wisconsin Outdoors

Go Wild for Wisconsin outdoors!

Join us in February to learn about the DNR’s new Go Wild system, designed to make outdoor recreation easier and cost effective. New licenses go on sale in March.

Eagle Watching Events in Wisconsin

Eagle Watching days

January and February are good times to watch bald eagles in Wisconsin. Since lakes and rivers freeze over in winter, dams and power plants provide areas of open water where the eagles can fish. Find eagle watching events here.

Sturgeon season starts soon

Gear up for sturgeon stories

February brings the crowds to Lake Winnebago for sturgeon spearing. Get in the mood by reading our story, “A small window for a big opportunity: The ice-fishing season for lake sturgeon is more about getting together and fishing together than harvesting a lunker.”

Conservation Patron License

Conservation Patrons speak out

The Conservation Patron license is a deal and makes license buying more convenient. Learn why others love the package in our story “Conservation Patrons speak out."

Early Season Catch and Release Trout

Early season Trout just got earlier

Welcome to the New Year anglers, the early catch-and-release trout season is already underway and runs until midnight May 6.

Ice Fishing in Wisconsin

Former feature

A cold world with an icy ceiling -- Ice covers the fishes' world for more than four months a year. How do they adapt?

Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine February Issue

Coming in February...

The unusual history of the only state urban forest, Havenwoods, in Milwaukee

Your investment in Wisconsin's fish and wildlife

2016 Wisconsin Hunting and Trapping Seasons

Wisconsin Traveler: Two Creeks Buried Forest

Wisconsin Traveler

Discover the Two Creeks Buried Forest bed of Lake Michigan