To raise funds for the environmental education programs at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, Friends of ...
Photos by Denise Warweg
Congratulations to our January Volunteer of the Month, Cathie Ferguson. As you can see Cathie ...
CONGRATUALATIONS TO THE FRIENDS OF TAMARAC! They have been chosen as the National Friends Group of ...
VFW representative Larry Krosko presents a check for $1,000 to Ron Jenson of the Friends ...
Connecting children, our future conservation stewards, to the incredible wonders of nature at Tamarac NWR is our passion! Support Environmental Education on Giving Hearts Day! Donate at: The Friends of Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, Inc. provides opportunities for children and families to ‘unplug’ from busy, technology-filled lives and make meaningful connections with nature. They make connections […]
The highlights of this newsletter include: “A Start of Something New for Ron” by Vonnie Jacobson, “Investing in Our Future” by Neil Powers, “Toast to Tamarac Donors”, “Volunteering for EE” by James Kawlewski, “Fall Festival Highlights”, “Yliniemi Takes First Place in Photo Contest”, “Volunteer Vibes”, “Movies and Activities”, and much much more. Link: Tamarac Tracks Winter […]
Get outdoors at Tamarac and try a section of the North Country Trail. Rakness’s and Mattsons use hok skis on NCT at Tamarac and spotted an otter on a pond. Snow is light enough for boots or snowshoes.
January 17, 2:00 at The Tamarac National Wildlife Visitor Center For thousands of years, wolves hunted buffalo across the plains until the westward settlement saw the virtual extinction of these vast herds and their external predators, the wolves. However this ancient relationship was not lost altogether, and continues uninterrupted in a place call Wood Buffalo National […]
Winter on the Refuge bring some of the best wildlife watching. With leaves off the trees you can see deeper into the forest and the snow pack absorbs sound making listening for wildlife crisp and clear. Each fresh snowfall creates new opportunities to explore the tracks left by the wild travelers of the refuge. Explore […]
The Birds of Tamarac quilt was the first – five years ago – that launched a fundraising phenomenon that shows no sign of waning. And for good reason. Sewn by skilled volunteers, the quilts on average have netted $900 to $1,000 for the Friends of Tamarac in Minnesota, which runs an annual raffle that sells more than […]