Devil’s Lake Rocks!
March 13, 2024
Bird watching, hiking, climbing, kayaking, picnicking, and a host of other outdoor activities are available at Devil’s Lake State Park. Known as Tee Wakącąk, meaning Holy or Sacred Lake, the park is on ancestral Ho-Chunk land and contains ancient effigy mounds that are part of their cultural heritage. As a seasoned naturalist passionately connected to this breathtaking landscape, Sue Johansen-Mayoleth will take you on a journey of exploration and reverence for the remarkable story of the lake’s creation. It’s a living testament to the forces of geology and ecology that have shaped our planet over millennia. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for the intricate processes that have sculpted the towering cliffs into an enduring presence.
Join us on March 13th when Sue will help us vicariously wander through nature, where every rustle and chirp tells a story of life and renewal.