Conservation

Outdoor Wild Mission

       No matter what is airing on our show from one episode to the other. The Bottom line . Its all about conservancy

 Outdoor Wild is a TV show that is not just weekly episodes but a Mission to work and learn in Conservation Education and to bring it to viewers who are highly motivated into learning and caring about our Planets well

  being for today and for the Future. Our main goal is to help save our planet and its natural resources for our children and their children and beyond. 

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TV Show Host Tierza Scaccia from Outside Explorer to help out on TV Show Outdoor Wild

 

Tierza  Scaccia  will be one of the show host to help out on Dean Romano's TV show Outdoor Wild. A two part episode for our Wetlands

                                                                                          

 

      To watch the show click here Part One                             Part two click here
     
 

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Bats and White Nose Syndrome

Since 2006 the white nose syndrome has killed more then 5 million bats  in North America.  (W N S)  is a disease caused by a non native fungus which can be found in caves where bats may live.  It was 1st discovered in bat caves in New York during  the years of 2006 and 2007.  

killing off the  bat population. The name of the disease refers to white fungal growth found on the noses of infected bats, although it is also found on their wings and tail membrane. 

 

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Photos Of Wisconsin Fall Colors

 

  The Bluffs of Wisconsin Photo Courtesy of R.J & Linda Miller

    

                                                                                                                           

 

                                                                                               

  Lake Front Shoreline In Upper Northern Wisconsin

   

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