Can you name the four main habitats of Wisconsin?  Check out this page to get to know our natural areas and start exploring!

painted turtle basking in the sun with its legs stretched out behind it
A field of coneflowers and natural prairie grasses
Prairies are made up of mostly grasses, sedges (grasslike plants), and other flowering plants called forbs (e.g. coneflowers, milkweed).
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Ellingson Island & Split Rock Lighthouse at Sunset
Wisconsin - the word is thought to refer to a running river, which makes sense because lakes and rivers make up a large part of Wisconsin's natural resources.
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