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Thanks for the memories, Warner!

10 years ago we were introduced to Warner Nature Center. A magical place filled with.....nature. Bogs, birds, lakes, forests and prairies. Canoeing, snowshoeing, bird banding, dip netting and nature walks. 100 incredibly knowledgeable volunteers and a small devoted staff. Sadly after 50 years of environmental education, the primary funder has discontinued their support and Warner will close its doors in December. Heartbreaking. Today we got to visit one last time and say goodbye.


Thanks for the memories, Warner!


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