Start thinking Spring Ephemerals. Snowdrops pierced the snow in Madison on March 8th and Skunk Cabbage are emerged in the UW Arbortetum.
In March and April it is good to walk slow and look down. There are a lot of subtle surprises. See below for what's starting to bloom now.
Above: Lake Wingra on April 12, 2021.
Above: Bigcatkin Willow (Salix gracilistyla ) in UW Madison Arboretum's Longenecker Gardens on March 24, 2021.
From Lake Superior to Lake Geneva – from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River – Wisconsin offers a variety of Spring activities.
Spring in Wisconsin
In spring, the birds are migrating, fish are biting and we’re ready to break out from the cold to appreciate the new life emerging from the melting snow. All that’s needed to enjoy springtime in Wisconsin is a light jacket and appreciation for the outdoors.
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