The segment is part of the Touring Small Town Wisconsin series.
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Saturday, Aug. 21
Presence of the rusty patched bumble bee has been confirmed in consecutive years at Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve.
Yes, that’s a whale pod flying near the Two Rivers harbor. The astonishing sight was courtesy of kiter Jared Smith.
“Wisconsin is home to a number of ‘ocean-esque’ beaches along its beautiful Great Lakes coastlines…great family-and budget-friendly alternatives to the traditional oceanside vacation, which typically require more travel, expense and time off.”
The state-threatened Red-shouldered hawk has been nesting at Woodland Dunes for more than 20 years.
The Wentorf Photo Collection provides a firsthand look into the visual history of Two Rivers.
City Manager Greg Buckley: “Our community had its origins on the water…and we are ‘turning our face back to the water’ as we pursue community redevelopment and renewal. Our Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast has some great stories to share with the rest of the world…”
City Manager Greg Buckley spoke with Local 5 Live along with Council President Curt Andrews with a rundown of all things Two Rivers and how your family can join in on the fun!
Riverside Park is a hidden gem in Two Rivers