Winneshiek County Conservation offers a wide array of environmental education and outdoor recreation programming for classrooms, organizations, or anyone! Start by reviewing our program guide, then contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (563) 534-7145 to see how we can help meet your needs!
Our staff has pulled together various resources and checklists to help you document the arrival of spring and track what birds, butterflies, or other species you can find in Winneshiek County.
- Birds of Winneshiek County (best printed on legal sized paper)
- Butterflies of Winneshiek County (best printed on legal sized paper)
- Signs Of Spring in Winneshiek County - Checklist
- Signs Of Spring in Winneshiek County - Field Guide
Additional ideas and resources to help you get outside, observe local natural resources, or track seasonal changes.
- Flickr Page of Larry Reis, Winneshiek County Conservation Naturalist
- Noting Nature: Tracking Phenological Changes in Winneshiek County (YouTube video series with Larry Reis)
- Fossils of Northeast Iowa
- Lake Meyer Family Activity Guide
- Lake Meyer Campground Scavenger Hunts
- General Nature Scavenger Hunts
- Iowa Butterfly Survey Network
- Decorah Eagles Cam
- Decorah Eagles Cam - North Nest
- Journey North: Tracking Migration and Seasons