2018 Photos
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Preserve & Protect Lake Mildred for Future Generations - Prevent Invasive Specioes
Keep Lake Mildred Crystal Clear -- Lake Clarity 5/13/13 = 28 feet

Hungry hungry Bears Are out of Hibernation
And just like most Springs, they are looking for food whereever they can find it.....such as our (and yours?) bird feeders, which they destroyed
August 4 - Drone's Eye View of Lake Mildred - Robert Mullins sent us this photo of Lake Mildred taken over the July 4 weekend while he was staying at his family's vacation home on Lake Mildred.  Robert also sent a link to a video taken from the drone.  It's very cool, and you can see the video by CLICKING HERE.
The Loons are Back!
Richard Nelson sent us this picture on 5/5/18, noting that they'd hard the loons for several days but just saw them in the narrows by Donut Island.
"A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature."      - Walden, Henry David Thoreau
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To prevent invasive species, Please clean your boat, trailer, and bilge before moving it between lakes.
"If you were grading on a curve...compared to other lakes in Wisconsin...Lake Mildred is at the top of the gifted and talented list"
-- Tim Hayman, lake scientist, Onterra Inc,

Copyright 2014 David Ebben