Hittin' the Trail: Day Hiking Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

Hittin' the Trail: Day Hiking Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

by Rob Bignell
     
 

Imagine a place where you can walk among the remnants of an ancient ice age lake and past tens of thousands of rare and endangered birds gathered on their annual migration, all as you hear the howls of wolves and calls of loons in the distance. The place is real: It’s the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area in northwest Wisconsin.

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Overview

Imagine a place where you can walk among the remnants of an ancient ice age lake and past tens of thousands of rare and endangered birds gathered on their annual migration, all as you hear the howls of wolves and calls of loons in the distance. The place is real: It’s the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area in northwest Wisconsin.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045304238
Publisher:
Rob Bignell
Publication date:
09/23/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
140 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Rob Bignell is the owner and sole editor at Inventing Reality Editing Service, which meets the editing and proofreading needs of writers both new and published. During the past four years, he’s helped more than 50 novelists, poets and nonfiction authors obtain their publishing dreams. Several of his short stories in the literary and science fiction genres have been published, and he is the author of the popular and highly acclaimed nonfiction “Hikes with Tykes” book series, the novel "Windmill", and the poetry collection "Love Letters to Sophie’s Mom". For more than two decades, he worked as an award-winning journalist, with half of those years spent as an editor. In addition, for seven years he served as an English teacher or a community college journalism instructor. He holds a Master's degree in English and a Bachelor's degree in journalism and English.

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