An old boat was dumped off a trailer onto the ground in one of Mead Wildlife Area’s parking lots along Plum Lane in late May.
Those with any information regarding the incident are encouraged to contact Conservation Warden Bryan Lockman at (715) 459-6889 or Confidentially report suspected wildlife, recreational, and environmental violations 1-800-TIP-WDNR or 1-800-847-9367.
The Friends of the Mead/McMillan Association, Inc., is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to furthering wildlife education and management at the George W. Mead and McMillan Marsh Wildlife Areas.
The George W. Mead Wildlife Area is about 33,000 acres, it is the state’s largest wildlife area. Located within the temperate zone, Mead’s three types of habitats are rich with biodiversity. This biodiversity makes the area a paradise for wildlife, which in turn, makes Mead a delightful place for hunters, naturalists, botanists, bird watchers, and all other hearty explorers who are interested in the great bounty that nature offers.