This week, Outdoors Radio features Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies Forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt, Wisconsin Wildlife Federation secretary Terri Roehrig, Remy Battery president Mike Moeller, and McFarland guide Ron Barefield. Jeff urges landowners to participate in No Mow May to help pollinating insects. Dan receives the 2022 Conservation Communicator of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation.
Jon Steigerwaldt, Great Lakes and upper Midwest forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, discusses the ruffed grouse drumming survey and spring woodcock migration, both of which are under way now. (https://ruffedgrousesociety.org/)
Terri Roehrig, secretary of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, describes the landscape changes on her Buffalo County property caused by recent severe flooding. (https://wiwf.org/landing/)
Remy Battery president Mike Moeller offers advice for spring boat battery maintenance and invites listeners to attend the Tichigan Car Show, August 28 at the Waterford Town Park. (https://www.tichiganlakelions.com/, https://remybattery.com/)
In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports fair action for bass and small walleyes on Lake Wisconsin, but the Wisconsin River is high and Madison lakes are cold, so fishing those waters is difficult. (http://www.dsbait.com/)