Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our newly renovated Visitor Center and ...
Feb 14-17 The Great Backyard Bird Count is an annual event that engages bird watchers ...
Sunday, February 9, 1:00 pm You will leisurely glide along with stops to admire the ...
The Winter 2014 issue of Tamarac Tracks is now available online. Articles by Don Blanding, ...
Hmm.. Who’s been here? Join us for a Snowshoe Adventure this Sunday Jan. 26 at 1:00. We’ll search for tracks in the snow as we make our own. Discover how Tamarac’s critters adapt to the cold of winter. Meet at the visitor center. Snowshoes available for children; adult snowshoes limited.
Connect with Nature in winter – make a snow angel! Guess who made this one? The snow track was made by this hungry barred owl. They can hear mice and shrews moving in their tunnels under the snow. (Photos by L Kensinger)
Refuge lakes offer a fishing experience of natural solitude. Lakes open to ice fishing on the refuge include North Tamarac, Waboose, Two Island, and Pine Lakes. Hunter Powers caught this one on Waboose Lake.
Tamarac ski trails are groomed and ready for family fun. The Pine Lake parking lot for trail access even has a restroom. Tamara Loop is 2 miles and the Pine Lake loop is 6 miles. Fresh tracks were set by volunteer Dave Squires. Now with a little fresh snow the trails are ready for […]
Tamarac ski trails are groomed and ready for family fun. The Pine Lake parking lot for trail access even has a restroom. Tamara Loop is 2 miles and the Pine Lake loop is 6 miles.
For the year 2013 The Friends of Tamarac had an impressive list of accomplishments including hosting the Toast to Tamarac, conducting fund raising for the Discovery Center, volunteering for environmental education, co-sponsoring the Festival of Birds, and holding a photo contest. For the complete list go to 2013 List of Accomplishments.