Connecting People and Wildlife

Experience Horicon Marsh Today!

Friends of Horicon Marsh educate people about the wildlife of the marsh

Our Mission

Friends of the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center encourages and facilitates the connection between people and the Horicon Marsh. This is achieved through education and by fostering personal experiences in traditional outdoor activities within the marsh. Significant emphasis is placed on conserving and enhancing the value of the marsh’s natural resources. Mission objectives are achieved through collaboration, financial support and volunteer assistance to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

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Come Visit Us

Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is open daily!

Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm

Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm

DNR Licensing and Registration is available Monday-Friday 11am – 2pm

Plan Your Visit

view the education center's heron cam live feed

Great Blue Heron Live Camera Feed

Want to see what a great blue heron nest looks like? Here’s your chance! The Horicon Marsh great blue heron nest camera is located on Fourmile Island Rookery, one of the largest heron and egret rookeries in the Midwest.

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Schedule a Tour or Class

Do you have a group you’d like to bring to the Marsh? Look no further. Contact us today to schedule an outing for your school group, club, or organization. Spots fills up quickly, be sure to call at least three weeks or more in advance to schedule your outing! There is no charge for this service, but donation are accepted and will be used to support wildlife education programs at the marsh. Call 920.387.7893 or email us today to set up your tour!

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