Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts (ICORE)

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Iron County Trails

There are 24 identified trails in Iron County, Wisconsin, offering a wide variety of scenery and terrain for walking, hiking, biking, and skiing. Click here for a county-wide map showing all known trail locations (PDF, 614k) Site Land Manager Length(miles)…

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Meetup

ICORE and other Iron County silent sports groups use Meetup to post upcoming events. You’ll find weekly bike rides, paddles, and more in the summer, ski and snowshoe outings in the winter, and other events throughout the year. Join our…

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2019 NCT Events

April 2019 update from the North Country Trail Association Heritage Chapter: We have a big year planned for the Heritage Chapter.  We will complete the 3-mile section from Upson Lake to Foster Falls, complete the re-route east of Wren Falls, install…

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2019 Loony Pedalers

April 2019 update from the Loony Pedalers bike group: Snow berms shrinking along roads & driveways, sections of bike trail clear & dry. Lake ice cracking & popping like gunshots mixed with distant thunder, swan butts in the open shallows mooning observers…

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Planning 2019 ICORE events

ICORE is planning an extensive series of events for 2019. Our board members and volunteers are busy planning activities that highlight the history and natural beauty of Iron County, and most events will be open to ICORE members and the…

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Wisconsin Turtle Conservation Program

The Wisconsin Turtle Conservation Program invites you to submit your turtle sightings! The project goals are to document statewide turtle distributions and to identify locations where turtle mortality is high to improve infrastructure and improve outcomes for our turtles. Visit…

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Wisconsin Bumble Bee Brigade seeking volunteers

The Wisconsin Bumble Bee Brigade is a photography-based volunteer monitoring project that seeks to collect data on bumblebees in Wisconsin to assist the DNR in managing and conserving these important pollinators. Volunteers will be trained on bumblebee biology, identification, and…

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Frog & Toad Survey

The Wisconsin Frog and Toad Survey (WFTS) is a citizen-based monitoring program coordinated by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program (NAAMP). The WFTS began annual statewide surveys in 1984…

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Snapshot Wisconsin

Snapshot Wisconsin uses volunteers across Wisconsin to monitor wildlife using a network of trail cameras. It is a unique opportunity for the public to get involved in monitoring Wisconsin’s wildlife. Volunteers are now needed in Iron, Vilas, Price, and several other…

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Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II

The Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas “is a comprehensive field survey that documents the distribution and abundance of birds breeding in an area.” By understanding what birds are breeding in Wisconsin and what areas they utilize for breeding, conservationists can gather…

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