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2. A bird book or field guide. Although most of the bird parks offer booklet that contain information on the birds that can be seen there, it is best to bring a book guide on your own just in case they don't have one. The book guide can help your kids identify the common birds in the area and can help them in describing the birds based on their appearance, color, size, and shape.
Because we all live in Wisconsin, weather changes, like the wind to snow, to rain, to sun, and sometimes overnight! I know you're probably thinking, I'm joking, but that's what life is like here. So, for the purpose of stating "activities outside" a lot of these games/activities can be played in most weather. Granted, when we have snow, we're not playing some of them. We're going down the hill in our sleds! Woo Hoo! Let's get started:
This is the kind of place where you can settle in for a few days, let the kids play and meet other kids and just relax. Within easy driving distance, you'll also find fun family excursions such as Patton Museum with its World War II tanks as well as other fighting equipment and memorabilia. There are many hikes in the general area, and the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is another fun family adventure.
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