Bubolz Nature Preserve

This 758-acre nature preserve has eight miles of wildlife viewing trails that access fields and a large wetland area, all of which was once a cedar swamp.The earth sheltered nature center offers guided tours, workshops, classes and programs hosted by staff naturalists. Watch for Bobolinks and Meadowlarks as you hike the grassy fields in the summer. In the fall, look for low-flying Northern Harriers hunting for small mammals. An evening walk through the preserve may produce white-tailed deer or a red fox.

Directions: From Appleton go north 1.5 miles on Hwy 47 to Cty JJ, then west 1.5 miles to Cty A, then south and watch for the property sign.

Bubolz Nature Preserve map

Gazetteer: Page 55, 5-B (prior to 10th edition). | Page 71, C-7 (10th edition).

Phone: 920/984-3700.

Web site: Bubolz Preserve

Signature Species: Monarch Butterfly and Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.

Rare Species: Pileated Woodpecker, Scarlet Tanager and Merlin.

Seasonality: Year round - nature center closed Mondays.

Parking: Parking Lot.

Nearest Food & Lodging: Appleton.