Love is in the air, literally, at Peninsula State Park. Male timberdoodles, a brown, chicken size game bird, entice mates with a spectacular, circular sky dance at dusk. Join the Peninsula State Park naturalist on April 21 or April 28, 8 – 9 pm, at the Nature Center. After seeing a taxidermy timberdoodle up close, the group will carpool to “peenting” grounds on Middle Road to watch for these sky dancers. In past years the birds have also been heard singing near the Nature Center. If there are rains or high winds, the program is cancelled. Both programs are free and open to the public but a state park vehicle sticker is required. If you need additional information call the Nature Center at 920.854.5976.