Volunteer opportunities abound to aid wild Wisconsin -


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National Citizen Science Day is April 16 and recruiting for Wisconsin efforts is underway - - MADISON -- Volunteers can count cranes, listen for frogs, whip-poor-wills and owls, search for freshwater mussels and rare plants, monitor monarchs and water quality and join in a host of other efforts underway to collect information about Wisconsin's wildlife, plants and waters. - - SLIDE SHOW | 7 photosWisconsin citizen scientists have many ways to get involved monitoring the state's natural resources. - - April 16 marks the inaugural National Citizen Science Day and the Department of Natural Resources and other organizations are already busy recruiting volunteers to help gather information aimed at better understanding, protecting and managing Wisconsin's natural resources.


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