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3 Reasons to Intern at Wolf Ridge


Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
May 26, 2018

I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to intern here at Wolf Ridge for the past five months. The experience was part of my undergraduate studies at University of Minnesota Duluth. This internship has taught me so many things it’s going to be hard to cram them into this small post, so I’ll focus on my top […]

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Spring is Finally ~Actually~ Here on the Ridge!


Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
May 14, 2018

Spring is finally ~actually~ here on the ridge! New little ephemerals such as marsh marigold, bloodroot, and ramps (wild leeks) are sprouting all about the ridge! Beavers were seen in the pond in the wetlands, as well as many new waterfowl. Recorded so far are trumpeter swans, hooded mergansers, common mergansers, red-breasted mergansers, buffleheads, pied-billed […]

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New Signs of Spring!


Posted By Maggie Noun
May 14, 2018

Spring is finally ~actually~ here on the ridge! New little ephemerals such as marsh marigold, bloodroot, and wild leeks are sprouting all about the ridge! Beavers were seen in the pond in the wetlands, as well as many new waterfowl. Recorded so far are trumpeter swans, Hooded Mergansers, Common Mergansers, Red-Breasted Mergansers, Buffleheads, Pied-billed grebes, […]

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An Interview With Lester Park Elementary School


Posted By Jesse Ross
May 1, 2018

Lester Park of Duluth, Minnesota is one of four parent-led school groups attending Wolf Ridge. Parent Tom Westrum has organized Lester Park’s 5th-grader weekend trip to Wolf Ridge in March for several years. Why does your school come to Wolf Ridge? Attending Wolf Ridge is a tradition our students look forward to. It is a […]

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