This guidebook describes more than 150 of Wisconsin's best outdoor treasures-places to hike, canoe and kayak, bicycle, view wildlife, take a scenic drive, or just enjoy the solitude of rushing waterfalls, blue lakes, scenic bluffs, and deep forests.
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Tim Bewer gave up a career as a legislative assistant to become a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. He has covered topics ranging from autism to punk rock, but focuses on his first love--travel. His written work has appeared in newspapers and magazines in the US, Canada, and the UK. He is the author of three books, Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures, The Acorn Guide to Northwest Wisconsin, and most recently, Moon Handbooks Minnesota. Born and raised a Badger, Tim now lives just across the border in Minneapolis.Review:
One of the most informative and useful books on Wisconsin's magnificent wild areas. -- Ronald C. Kurowski, Park Naturalist, Kettle Moraine State Forest--Southern Unit
This book will serve as your personal guide to exploring and discovering Wisconsin's natural treasures. -- Bill Volkert, Wildlife Educator and Naturalist for Wisconsin DNR at Horicon Marsh
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Book Description Prairie Oak Pr, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111879483394