2 edition of Ground-water levels and quality at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Burnett County, Wisconsin found in the catalog.
Ground-water levels and quality at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Burnett County, Wisconsin
G. L. Patterson
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Madison, Wis, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Ground water levels and quality at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Burnett County, Wisconsin|
|Statement||by G.L. Patterson ; prepared in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 89-4129|
|Contributions||Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
The Groundwater Contamination Susceptibility Map of Wisconsin doesn’t show areas that will be contaminated, or areas that cannot be contaminated. Whether an area will have groundwater contamination depends on the likelihood of contaminant release, the type of contaminants released and the sensitivity of the area to the contamination. Burnett County: This report provides the most current information and data found, as of May , unless otherwise noted.: SOURCES OF DRINKING WATER. Wisconsin enjoys a generally clean and abundant groundwater resource. A2 This resource is present because of the state’s geologic history and climate; this resource is protected through strong state and federal .
Two State Natural Areas are Crex Sand Prairie and Reed Lake Meadow. Habitat. Over half of the acreage at Crex Meadows consists of wetland communities, primarily sedge meadows and marshes, as well as deep-water marsh and flowages. There also are significant acreages of grassland, restored brush-prairie, and forests of oak, jack pine, and aspen. This state-owned, 30,acre complex of marsh, woodlands and prairies is located in Burnett County north of Grantsburg. Crex Meadows features colonies of nesting herons, breeding eagles and osprey, sharp-tailed grouse and trumpeter swans, Karner blue butterflies and Blanding's turtles as well as large concentrations of sandhill cranes, waterfowl and eagles in the fall.
This is an expansive wildlife area that generally follows the course of Muddy Creek and County Highway E for approximately 5 miles (1 mile north of the Interstate and 4 miles south). This assemblage of properties includes Muddy Creek Wildlife Area . Review of Crex Meadows Wildlife Area Reviewed June 4, The visitor's center is a great place to start, to see some history of the area, get a map and hear driving suggestions (and possibly revisit, after your trip).5/5(33).
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GROUND-WATER LEVELS AND QUALITY AT CREX MEADOWS WILDLIFE AREA, BURNETT COUNTY, WISCONSIN By G.L. Patterson ABSTRACT Duringabove-normal ground-water levels flooded the fields and basements in the vicinity of the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area.
In response to concerns of neighboring farmers and homeowners,Author: G.L. Patterson. Duringabove-normal ground-water levels flooded the fields and basements in the vicinity of the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area. In response to concerns of neighboring farmers and homeowners, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the U.S.
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Crex Meadows Wildlife Area is a 30,acre property of wetlands, brush prairies, and forests scattered across a gently rolling landscape. It is located in western Burnett County. Find it from Highway 70 in Grantsburg. Crex Meadows is a 30, acre wildlife area with wetlands, brush prairies, and forests scattered across a gently rolling landscape.
The area is home to many kinds of plants and wildlife. Visitors appreciate the natural, wide-open landscapes of Crex. Wildlife Recreational Opportunities Crex receives more thanvisitors each year. Most ofFile Size: KB. Fish Lake Wildlife Area is a 14, acre property that is located about 5 miles south of Grantsburg off of Highway 48/ Much like Crex Meadows, visitors can hunt, trap, view wildlife, and participate in other outdoor recreational activities on Fish Lake.
Also like Crex, Fish Lake has a 1, acre refuge that is a no-entry area (most of the time). Wisconsin DNR. FAQ's. Contact. More. Crex Meadows State Wildlife Area. Wildlife Update: May 4, This week was our busiest as far as spring migration goes, as more migrant species arrive every day.
Weather continues to be in the 50’s and 60’s, and several days have already been close to 70 degrees. We are seeing a wide variety of. Crex is a 30, acre property that is intensively managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources-Bureau of Wildlife Management.
We are located in beautiful Burnett County, which is part of Northwestern. Upcoming Events. Grantsburg Library Programs. Candlelight Hike. Stories at the Meadows. Wildlife Highlights. The Crex Meadows Wildlife Area is located in west central Burnett County, one-half mile north of the Village of Grantsburg.
Approaches to the area may be made via all-weather, hardsurfaced roads. County Trunk "F" borders on the west and north portions of the area and County Trunk "D" on the south portion.
Lauren Finch, Wildlife Educator/Technician or @ Crex Meadows is a member of the No Child Left Inside coalition. We strive to support and enhance environmental literacy and getting kids outdoors through our education programs. Water quality parameters for turbidity on Crex Meadows Wildlife Area can range from very good to poor depending on time of year, precipitation events, and patterns of groundwater discharge.
Turbidity has promptedinquiries about the water quality of streams flowing out of Crex Meadows Wildlife Area. INTRODUCTION TO CREX MEADOWS. Crex Meadows is a 30,acre state wildlife management area.
The primary management objective is to restore the area to its original condition of a brush prairie-wetland complex. This area was. State wildlife areas listed by county COVID Update On Friday, May 1 and at the direction of Gov. Evers, the department reopened state parks, forests and sites within the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway with special conditions.
Crex Meadows State Wildlife Area, Grantsburg, WI. K likes. Crex Meadows occupies a portion of what early writers referred to as the Northwest Wisconsin Pine ers: K. Historical Weather. Below are weather averages from to according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station.
The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is GRANTSB which is approximately 7 miles away and has an elevation of feet (55 feet higher than Crex Meadows State Wildlife Refuge).Armstrong, MO: mi. Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Grantsburg: Hours, Address, Crex Meadows Wildlife Area Reviews: /5.
there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date. Intersection of Burnett County Rds. F and D, Grantsburg, WI. Website +1 Email. Best nearby/5(33). Crex Meadows 11 wildlife areas including the premier Crex Meadows reside here.
Birders from across the country come to see birds and other wildlife at Crex and others areas of the County. Viewing Wildlife Popular wildlife to view include: Sharptail grouse Sandhill cranes Trumpeter swans Gray Wolves Golden-winged warblers.
Amsterdam Soughs is one of over wildlife areas managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Amsterdam Sloughs, together with Crex Meadows and Fish Lake, comprise the Glacial Lake Grantsburg Wildlife Management Work Unit.
All four are located in western Burnett County. Lakes at Amsterdam Sloughs. Birders from all over the country flock to Burnett County to capture images of rare and elusive bird species at one of Burnett County’s 11 wildlife areas to explore. If you’re looking for a guided birding experience, our very own wetlands gem, Crex Meadows Wildlife Area encompasses 30 thousand acres and is home to over species of birds, including a .The Veteran Services works closely with local service providers and other County departments as needs arise.
Veteran Services Seasonal Weight Limitations - Pursuant to Wisconsin StatutesBurnett County Highway Department will suspend seasonal weight restrictions effective at p.m. on Monday, Ap Crex Meadows is a wildlife area that consists of marshes, wetlands, brush prairies, and forests. Crex Meadows is located in near the village of Grantsburg, Wisconsin, in Burnett County, 30, acres ( km 2) are home to .