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Slideshow: Tracking animals of the snow in Northern Wisconsin

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No “sasquatch” sightings were reported, this time, but about 20 members of the UW-Green Bay community — undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, photographers and friends — recently ventured forth on an animal tracking expedition to the Wabikon Forest Dynamics Plot in snowy Forest County near Crandon. Fresh snowfall and mild temperatures created the perfect conditions for the trip led by Professor Bob Howe. Check out this outstanding feature by intern James Taylor and the beautiful images by photo interns Veronica Wierer and Holly Williams. Click here.

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‘Bigfoot’ country? – It remains a fun thing for visitors to the Wabikon Lake area who know this particular tale. (A “bigfoot sighting” is claimed to have occurred there in 1983 – click here.)

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