Our Mission: Hunt Hill is a wildlife sanctuary and learning center dedicated to promoting a greater respect between people and their surroundings through the discovery of nature.
Nestled in the wooded, glacial hills of Washburn County, Hunt Hill is one of northern Wisconsin’s most beautiful natural areas. Situated on over 470 acres of majestic old forest, meadow, bogs and pristine glacial lakes, our Audubon Sanctuary offers an ideal setting in which to experience the world of nature.
The undisturbed aquatic and terrestrial communities support osprey, bald eagle, loon, beaver, otter, 60 species of dragonflies, 46 species of nesting birds, 40 species of trees and at least 15 types of fern. Look closely and you may see the carnivorous pitcher plant and the sundew.
Hike the trails, cross over on one of the two footbridges, take a rest on one of the many Leopold benches, and enjoy the serenity of the prairie, lakeshore, deep woods or bog. On the prairie you can stop at the platform and visit our outdoor classroom.
Miles of hiking trails and three clear glacial lakes make the possibilities for outdoor adventure
Thursday, Nov 12, 2020 at 6:00pm Central Time
WEBINAR HOSTED BY Fox Valley Technical College
Thursday, Oct 29, 2020 at 12:00pm Central Time
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Thursday, Oct 29, 2020 at 6:30pm Central Time
JOIN FOR JUST $16 A YEAR