Birds & Beer is back for 2021!

We are being COVID-conscious. This summer, Birds & Beer will take place in locations that have an outdoor area so we can do the program exclusively outdoors with social distancing in place. Be sure to dress for the weather!

Socialize with other nature enthusiasts over snacks and beverages, and enjoy an engaging presentation from a local expert in a happy-hour atmosphere. Each Birds and Beer program features a different presenter at a different location, so you’re sure to learn something new each time!

Each ticket includes a free drink, complimentary snacks, and an informative presentation. All proceeds help fund programs at Hunt Hill. To register for a Birds and Beer program, click the “Register Here” button below or call 715-635-6543.

Loons at Night

with Lauren Wentz, Ph.D,
UWEC- Barron County

REGISTRATION FULL. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please call 715-635-6543.

Date: Thursday, June 3, 2021
Time: Registration at 5:30pm; Program at 6:00pm

Location: Perlick Distillery, Sarona
Program Fee: $15/pereson
Registration: Required

Have you heard the haunting, mysterious calls of the loon? The tremolo? The hoot? The yodel? Lauren will explain what these sounds mean and why loons make these sounds at night!

Red-headed Woodpeckers

with Jim Stengel & Tom Beer
Red-Headed Recovery Committee

Date: Thursday, July 1, 2021
Time: Registration at 5:30pm; Program at 6:00pm

Location: The Potter’s Shed, Shell Lake
Program Fee: $15/person
Registration: Required

Learn about the red-headed woodpeckers, which have had declining populations in recent years, and what the Red-Headed Woodpecker Recovery Committee has been doing to help them make a comeback!

Birds & Bands

with Jeanette Kelly, Beaver Creek Reserve Citizen Science Center

Date: Thursday, August 5, 2021
Time: Registration at 5:30pm; Program at 6:00pm

Location: Lehman’s Supper Club, Rice Lake
Program Fee: $15/person
Registration: Required

Join Beaver Creek Reserve’s Citizen Science Center Director Jeanette Kelly to learn about bird banding, the bird banding projects at Beaver Creek, and some fun and interesting facts about the birds they have caught.