Close-ups: A campus that blossoms all year round

UW-Green Bay is both beautiful and bountiful. Walking, biking or rolling on the tree-lined pathways, golfing at Shorewood Golf Course, taking in the incredible sunset views at Communiversity Park — each activity is well worth your time. This beautiful campus is encircled by the 290 acres of the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum, which provides ready access for recreation, field trips and research projects. Easily accessed from multiple locations on campus, walkers, joggers and bikers will experience forests, prairies, ponds, and creeks, all adding up to one of the most beautiful college campuses you will ever visit. An estimated 45 mammal species and more than 200 resident and migratory bird species, as well as amphibians, reptiles, insects, and other arthropods, can be found here.

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Photos by Eric Miller, Marketing and University Communication