Outdoor Wisconsin | Flint-Knapping/Hot Air Ballooning
[Original Airdate: February 28, 2019]
Outdoor Wisconsin travels to Aztalan State Park in Jefferson County. Dan Small meets Art Boehm, who creates arrowheads, spear points and knives using the same techniques practiced by inhabitants of Aztalan. Elizabeth Cramer goes airborne with the Lake Geneva Hot Air Balloon Company. Dan visits the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee.
Outdoor Wisconsin is celebrating its 35th season in 2019!
[Original Airdate: February 21, 2019]
Outdoor Wisconsin joins a group of volunteers in Jackson County as they band fledgling kestrels, one of Wisconsin’s smallest falcons. Then we travel to Three Branches Vineyard and Fisher King Winery to learn about a local winemaking process and the cold-hardy characteristics of our state’s grapes.
[Original Airdate: April 12, 2018]
Outdoor Wisconsin ends its' 34th season at the UW-Waukesha field station. Mark Nissen, of Classic Bird Hunts, guides Dan Small on a grouse and woodcock hunt in Ashland County, then prepares a wild game birthday lunch at Clam Lake Lodge.
[Original Airdate: June 15, 2017]
Deb Wolniak looks for signs of spring in the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Dan Small visits Roberts Defense in Oshkosh to learn how they make custom 1911 handguns. Emmy Fink travels to Stoughton to see newborn farm animals during Eugster's lambing and kidding days.
He is an avid outdoorsman and a widely published writer/photographer with credits in national and regional magazines. His writing has won numerous awards in regional and national competition.
Small is a former director of the Friends of Milwaukee's Rivers, the Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, the Wisconsin Outdoor Communicators Association, the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers and the Outdoor Writers Association of America.
Dan Small is also the host of a radio talk show, OUTDOORS RADIO WITH DAN SMALL, heard on Newstalk 1130 WISN-AM radio in Milwaukee and 10 other stations in Wisconsin and Michigan.
The programs also can be heard at Lake-link.com/radio, a website serving the outdoor sports community. Lake-link.com/radio also lists a schedule of the day and time the program will air on each station.
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