Explore Wisconsin: Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

It was a beautiful Sunday in March.  Zac & I spent the day with our niece & nephew, Elena & Kane, who so badly wanted to "go feed the ducks".  We knew just the spot to take them -- the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.

The park is a refuge for urban wildlife & is open year round with no admission fee.  There are lots of things to do within the park, but our top priority was to feed the ducks!










After feeding the ducks (and geese), we strolled through the observation / rehabilitation areas...


















After that, we took a short walk on the Wildlife Habi-Trek Trail, where the kiddos got to see a mix of animals including wolves, a cougar, a fox, deer, and a coyote.






You can't tell by the look on their faces (it was nearing nap time...) but we all had a great time.  I love that we got to spend the entire day with these kiddos; they bring so much joy to our lives!

Zac & I have plans to return to the Wildlife Sanctuary soon, once the weather starts getting nice (sans kiddos) & hike all the wonderful trails.  

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