Wisconsin Life #208: “Turtle Tracks and Horsepower”

October 27, 2014


In this episode, you’ll meet turtles, horses… and opera singers, oh my!

Meet a collection of people who share their Wisconsin lives, including: a caver who explores Door County’s underground treasures, a logger who uses horse power, a conservation biologist tracking wood turtles, an aspiring opera singer, and a doctor whose approach to medicine has been transformed through his own experience as a patient.

More about Wisconsin’s caves.

Ariana Douglas has the gift of music and in high school was known as the “girl who can sing”. This Appleton native soared to new heights at the UW School of Music and was invited to perform at the 2011 and 2012 UW Band Shows.

Learn more about Dr. Deming’s research and the team of doctors working at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, the state’s only comprehensive cancer center.

Did you know that several roads in Wisconsin are busy “turtle crossings”? Find out more about the wood turtle and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ turtle conservation program. Find a list here of turtles found in Wisconsin.


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