‘Animals of Land and Water’ at Crossroads

The Door County Master Gardeners Association (DCMGA) will hold another free public program on Jan. 29, 7 pm, in the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads at Big Creek. Members of the public are invited to attend Charlotte Lukes’ presentation about wildlife in Door County, “Animals of Land and Water.”

This program will highlight many of the common animals found in Door County, from the white-footed mouse to the white-tailed deer. Reptiles and amphibians will also be included in the presentation, with some unusual, ground-level photos by Charlotte’s late husband, Roy Lukes.

Charlotte, a local naturalist and author, was named with Roy to the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame in 2018. Her programs are well-attended, informative and filled with beautiful photographs.

Each year the DCMGA offers free garden-related educational programs at the Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay. Along with the programs, the DCMGA treats attendees to snacks and a chance to connect with other Door County residents. For more information, visit

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