Jennie writes about “cuteness overload,” and her experience banding tiny Piping Plover chicks.
Museum members and volunteers chose July 30 as the date for the “Don A’s” shakedown cruise from Little Sand Bay to Raspberry Island.
Terry worked a number of jobs in the park, each providing amazing oportunities and experiences.
There’s nothing like feeling refreshing Lake Superior spray in your face and the power of the wind in your sails. Have you dreamed of sailing the Apostle Islands?
In his logbook entry, Stu Whipple writes about being a conduit between park visitors and the natural and cultural wonders of the parks, its history, meaning and promise to the past, present and future.
Like the lighthouse keepers before him, Jim Feldman learned that island living can be solitary living. And he learned to love it.
Apostle Islands Water Trips is an essential resource for paddlers and boaters who want to explore the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
Diane writes in her entry, “I didn’t accomplish anything alone….” Read about what she and the team accomplished together.
In late June, a group armed with shovels, rakes and a willingness to get their hands dirty arrived on Michigan Island to care for the gardens.
When adults gaze out at the Apostle Islands, they may see lighthouses, or a chance for adventure, or the relaxation of miles of sandy beaches to comb. But what does a fourth grader see when she visits the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore?