Signs of Spring are everywhere in the Mississippi River Valley: The ice is out and the tug boats are making their way through Lock and Dam #4. Perched on a bluff 500 feet above the Mississippi at Alma, Buena Vista Park is one of the best public viewing areas in Wisconsin for migrating warblers finches and grosbeaks. In addition,watch for Turkey Vultures, Red-tailed Hawks, Peregrine Falcons and Broad-winged Hawks (Aug-Sept). In fall, watch for Merlins, American Kestrels, Sharp-shinned Hawks and Coopers Hawks.The waters near the Lock and Dam are great for watching Bald Eagles fishing in the river. The park also harbors Scarlet Tanagers, Wood Thrushes, Hairy Woodpeckers and Ruffed Grouse. During April and May, the Mississippi Flyway is home to wonderful numbers of warblers, buntings, Rose Breasted Grosbeaks.
Spring Ephemerals (Claytonia Virginica) Spring Beauty
LOCAL ARTIST'S SHOWING OF PAINTINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHY
images of small town or big town life
JULY 8 - OCTOBER 14
Artist's Reception Friday July 17th 5-7pm
NATURE TALK WITH JEAN KOWALSKI
TRAVEL FROM ALMA TO TANZANIA
SUNDAY JULY 19 1-3PM
SWISS HERITAGE DAYS
Alma Town Celebration
Eagles "Fishing" on the Ice near Wings Over Alma
Exhibitions are provided to the public free of charge. Events may have a minimal charge. As a non-profit organization, donations are welcomed to offset the cost of our facility and production of our events.
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