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You can alert DNR if you see endangered animals

You can help the Wisconsin DNR keep track of endangered birds, some of which reside in Door County. If you spot a bird that you know are rare or endangered, you can report it to the DNR. A couple of examples are the Black Tern and Caspian Tern. Joe Henry, ecologist for the DNR focused on North Eastern Wisconsin, says reporting birds helps them keep better track of how many of a specific species are left.



You can contact Henry if you want to report any birds or any other animal that may be endangered. Henry’s contact information is available online with this story.


You can email Joe Henry at or call his office at (920) 662-5194.


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