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University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Field Station
Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.39° -88.02°


The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Field Station invites researchers and instructors to use its research and educational facilities. The main Station property, located in Saukville, Wisconsin, has about 2000 acres of undisturbed, high-quality natural communities. These include the Cedarburg Bog, one of the largest and most biologically interesting wetlands in southern Wisconsin, the Sapa Bog, an acidic black spruce bog, and an old growth beech-maple forest. In addition to the Cedarburg Bog Unit, the Field Station manages five outlying properties (including Neda Mine and Benedict Prairie) and the Downer Woods on the UWM campus.

Customized identification guides

Checklists with images, maps, and links

Albums of site participants

More information



  • Dr. Gretchen Meyer, Manager/Staff Biologist, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Field Station -- gmeyer@uwm.edu -- 262-675-6844
  • Nancy Lowe, Outreach Coordinator, Discover Life -- nancy@discoverlife.org -- 404-272-4526
Updated: 30 September, 2010
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