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From nature centers to state parks, there is a season's worth of outdoor fun and education in our backyard

12:51 PM, Jan. 4, 2013
Jerome and Julie Martin of Menasha head out on a trail at Mosquito Hill Nature Center in New London. Mosquito Hill is one option for enjoying the wonders of a Wisconsin winter.
Jerome and Julie Martin of Menasha head out on a trail at Mosquito Hill Nature Center in New London. Mosquito Hill is one option for enjoying the wonders of a Wisconsin winter.
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Winter is a great time to be outdoors, not only to enjoy the beauty and majesty of nature in winter, but also for the health benefits that outdoor recreation provides. All around the Fox Cities, our nature centers, public gardens and parks offer a full season's worth of exciting outdoor adventure.

Mandy Bohm, program coordinator at Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve, Appleton, encourages area residents to get out and learn all about the outdoors in winter and explore our wild places after a fresh snowfall.

"The Wisconsin winter blues can really catch up to you," Bohm said. "So it is really ...

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