Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful 600 acre urban wildlife refuge featuring live animal exhibits, educational displays, miles of hiking/skiing trails and various wildlife viewing opportunities. Please click Keep Our Wildlife Safe for some springtime tips. Click on Parking Map to see traffic flow during the Natural Expansion construction. While nothing beats actually being there, click on links below to begin your journey through the sanctuary’s many offerings.
Summer Camps for Kids
Register now for 2019 Summer Camps! Camps start in mid-June. All camps run Monday-Thursday. Space is limited so register early! 12 camp options from Fantastic Beasts to Young Citizen Scientists and much more. Age requirement varies by camp (from age 4 to 14). Lunch is served daily. Come prepared to have fun! Click Summer Camps for Kids to read more. Call 920-391-3671 to register.
Foundation Laid, Walls Going Up!
The Natural Expansion foundation is laid, the walls are going up and soon there will be a roof over our heads. Through the generosity of our many donors, the Friends of the Wildlife Sanctuary are building a beautiful and unique space for our visitors to gather while they are surrounded by the ever-changing panorama of nature. Read more…
Full Moon Tai Chi
In this class we will use the balancing principles of tai chi to soften the extremes of yang energy and harness the nurturing openness the full moon offers. Come and experience how the energetic flow connect you to the balanced cycles of your life. No prior experience required. Kids 15 and under are welcome with adult supervision.
Come at 6:30 p.m. before class to hear Eric speak about health and wellness.
Date: Saturday, May 18, 2019
Time: 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Nature Center Auditorium
Fee: $10.00 per Green Bay resident, $15.00 per non-resident. Per date
Registration: Call (920) 391-3671 to register
Don Renard Donates Trout!
Don Renard, a successful local area businessman, has a personal and life-long relationship with the Wildlife Sanctuary. In the spring of each year, Don donates 2,000 trout to stock the lagoons at the Wildlife Sanctuary. They’re intended for children under the age of 15 and the disabled so they get the rush of joy “catchin’ a fish”. Read more…
A Natural Expansion
A Natural Expansion, our capital campaign to build a 12,800 square foot addition adjacent to the current Nature Center building reached the funding level needed to break ground! We’re underway, but could still use your support. There are room naming opportunities, as well as opportunities to help with furnishings, and more. Can you help? Read more…