Saturday, January 25, 2014

A Visit to the Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife

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Wild Tigers, an Albino Fox, a Leopard attacking a Gazelle ,a slew of flocks of various wild birds, all perfectly Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (28)REsizedsafe for all to view and experience up close.  Skulls, antlers, tracks and fur.  From Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (1)REsizedInternational wildlife to the environment.  Recycling, conservation, Global geology, and  worldwide cultures, the Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife serves as a resource for educational and individual development.  On top of all that, the animals on display are simply just really cool!

I have wondered for over a year now every time I pass the store front of the Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife if I could do some photography and maybe do a story on them (video interview below).  The store front is Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (35)REsizedactually an exhibit that provides a safe and up close way for children and adults to view exotic animals up close.  All of the animals on display were obtained legally by donations from zoos, game farms Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (32)REsizedand individuals.  Some were carcass's recovered from the wild.  The lifelike reality of the full size beasts are a sight to see and conveys the sheer awesomeness of the carnivorous mammals when one considers that humans can be part of their pallet.  I was also impressed with the information plaques at each station which provide information on the species and it’s habits. 

There are some rare species such as the Albino Fox, the Bald Eagle (thanks to our location on the Fox River, we in Appleton Wisconsin Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (58)REsized are blessed to have several Bald Eagles in our area) and several other rare varieties of birds. 

School groups, civic groups, students, and interested learners will find the museum, it’s data and it’s displays provide a wealth ofWisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (40)REsized information for research, education and simple family enjoyment with an educational twist.

Founded in 2007, it is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization.  Thus, all Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (41)REsizedcontributions to the museum are tax deductable as allowed by law.

Just as the museum is a non- profit that lives on donations, this blog also lives off donations.

On a sad note; Today I was informed this morning that I cannot use (or plug in) the service at the City Center Plaza Mall.  Apparently they do not like the "social class" that is sometimes present in the mall (the official story is too many people are plugging in phones and laptops ...  I am not buying it). 
As a result any free promotional stories, video, photography or Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife Stills (21)REsizedany other of the High Quality content I provide on
http://wisconsinconfidential.blogspot.com/ that is not paid content, is going to be taken down and removed as of Monday, December 27th, 2014. Any content that wasn't done for free and was paid for will of course remain.
The fees are $300 or video, $200 for photos, complete package with full story text and interview is $700 if interested.

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1 comment:

James Wallin said...

Glad ya blasted the Public city Center on their stand Now