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Minutes – October 2013

Wild Warner Committee Meeting October 2013 Wildlife Sightings: Cormorant, geese, rose breasted grosbeak, osprey, juvenile fox, barn owl, puff balls, hummingbird, Wild Warner novices, pileated woodpecker, bluebirds, great egret, cedar waxwing, hawks, downy woodpecker, nuthatch, sphinx moth November Elections: Chair and Vice Chair – Tim, Marie? Treasurer – Marian Secretary – Marian Membership Coordinator – …

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The wetland border is alive!

When photographer Patrick Noyes walked along the edge of Warner Park’s lagoons with his Samsung Note 2 phone, his eye caught beauty and bugs galore. Seen as “weeds” by some, this border of grasses and shrubs was allowed to grow by the Parks Department primarily to create a natural barrier to Canada geese, who fear …

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DNR says Rhythm & Booms violated Clean Water Act

Controversial Rhythm and Booms fireworks show violated wetlands law, state DNR says By Pat Schneider    Capitol Times July 17, 2013 As speculation swirled this week that the city of Madison was poised to announce it is moving the annual Rhythm & Booms fireworks spectacular from Warner Park, the state confirmed Tuesday that the city has …

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