Bird Species & Behavior Topic of Next Ridges Discovery Series

The Ridges Discovery Series, modeled after its popular Lake Lessons summer series, offers monthly discussions about the plant and animal life of The Ridges and the surrounding area. On Nov. 12 at 7 pm, the topic is Bird Species & Behavior. The program meets at the Cook-Fuller Center, 8166 Hwy. 57 in Baileys Harbor, and admission is free.

Lots of us enjoy feeding birds and if you’re curious about ways to attract our feathered friends, then fly on over to The Ridges for Backyard Bird Feeders, Nov. 14 at 1 pm. Discover how to make your own feeders from recycled objects and natural items. Learn what feed sources are good for wintering birds and how easy it is to help them through the season. Meet at The Ridges Cabins, 8288 County Q, Baileys Harbor. Program fees are $10 for Ridges members, $13 for the general public, and $5 for children under 18. Fees include supplies.

On Nov. 14 at 1 pm, hikers can explore Logan Creek’s hardwood forest with a Ridges naturalist. Owned and managed by The Ridges, this 170-acre parcel is comprised of a variety of habitats and has frontage along both Clark Lake and Logan Creek. Bring binoculars and meet at the Logan Creek trailhead, 5724 Loritz Road. Hikes are $5 for Ridges members and $8 for the general public. Children under 18 hike free.

For more information or to register, visit or call 920.839.2802.

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