We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
4121 Rib Mountain Dr
Wausau, WI 54401
Phone: (715) 298-3140
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Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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The Raptor Education Group in Antigo is a non-profit organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured or orphaned native bird species adn public education of wildlife issues.
The George W. Mead Wildlife Area encompasses over 30,000 acres of open marshes, hardwood and aspen forests, and grasslands! It is probably the best all around wildlife watching acreage in central Wisconsin. The Mead's 6,208 square foot education and administration facility was designed as an example of sustainable and environmentally-responsible, construction. Nearly 3500 children attended educational and interpretive activities here in 2007.
The Wisconsin Society for Orinthology members range from the casual birder to those that engage in the study of birds professionally. This is a great site for birding news, hotline reports on rare birds sightings, field trip/birding tour information and lots more.
The Wausau Bird Club - new website link coming soon!!
Pat Pierce of Mosinee offers bird watching and wildlife viewing water excursions. You can enjoy viewing wildlife from a whole new perspective. See birds from the water from the comfort of Pat's 18 foot driftboat. This allows you to get close to birds and see behaviors seldom seen from land.
The Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin (BRAW) monitors and increases the production of the Eastern Bluebird and other native cavity-nesting birds through a coordinated statewide nest box construction and monitoring program. If you are at all interested in Bluebirds - this is the site to go to.
The Bat Conservation Organization is working hard to save bats around the world. Fact: bats can get rabies virus, but the incidence of bats and rabies is very low. You have a better chance of getting attacked by a dog, falling down a flight of stairs, or being struck by lightning than dying of a bat bite. Fact: Bats eat millions of tons of insects each night across the US. They love mosquitos! Got bats in your belfry? Go to http://batconservation.org/content/batproblems.html#batinhouse to learn how to safely remove bats from your home. To learn more about this organization and bats visit their website.
The Purple Martin Conservation Association is the only organization devoted exclusively to the scientific study of Purple Martins, their biology, and habitat requirements. You can download helpful information regarding hints for landlords, management tips, attracting, tending to sick, injured or orphaned, guide to feeding and other helpful tools from their website.