Argyle Lake Custodian

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Argyle Lake Custodian
Argyle Lake Custodian is listed in the Parks category in Colchester, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Argyle Lake Custodian which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Argyle Lake Custodian on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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640 Argyle Park Rd
Colchester, IL 62326
(309) 776-3422
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February weather has been nice, but there are issues. climateillinois.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/war…

Wild Illinois History Leads Students on a Journey to Learn About History and Wildlife Conservation The IDNR is offering a "virtual" trip for late-elementary schoolteachers, students and their parents. With a few mouse clicks, students can journey back to the earliest days of the Illinois Territory when voyageurs and Native Americans hunted the prairies, forests and rivers. Wild Illinois History helps students in grades three through five focus on early French exploration, along with river and settlement geography. Students can learn how wildlife helped Native Americans and early settlers survive. They also can see how wildlife is a part of our lives today. A fictional French trapper in the 18th century Illinois Territory leads students on the trip. Brief story-telling slideshows are mixed with fun, interactive activities. For teachers, Wild Illinois History offers lesson plans, activities, photos, posters and correlations to Illinois Learning Standards. Try it out at http://www.wildillinois.org/. For more information, contact Bob Bluett, IDNR Wildlife Diversity Coordinator at 217-782-7580 or bob.bluett@illinois.gov. #outdoorillinois #Illinois #IL #IDNR

:) http://www.newstrib.com/free/outdoor-notebook-more-than-compete-in-walleye-season-opener/article_0bec6138-f7b1-11e6-b40e-8f0f75f64a4c.html 2017 Tournament Listings visit http://www.ifishillinois.org/tournament/selector.php #outdoorillinois #Illinois #IL #IDNR #fish
It’s not unusual to see walleye and sauger fishermen and women trolling in boats on the Illinois River in February.

2017 Illinois Fishing Information Effective: April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018 Hard copies are arriving this week at locations that sell fishing & hunting licenses visit http://www.ifishillinois.org/regulations/2017_Fishing_Guide%20.pdf #outdoorillinois #Illinois #IL #IDNR #fish

http://www.newstrib.com/free/plan-proposed-to-combat-destructive-moths/article_15fe2414-f490-11e6-901b-d31a7820a035.html Voracious Feeders Gypsy moth caterpillars consume as much leaf tissue as they can, as quickly as they can, to obtain nourishment to become reproducing adults. Since the caterpillars' feeding period lasts seven to ten weeks through spring and summer, they can do a lot of damage to young tree leaves. If a tree loses more than 50% of its leaves for more than two years in a row, it will certainly be weakened and may not survive. A single gypsy moth caterpillar can consume 11 square feet of vegetation during its lifetime so the presence of millions of caterpillars can severely affect trees and forests The Illinois Dept of Agriculture and The Gypsy Moth visit https://www.agr.state.il.us/gypsy-moth
The Illinois Department of Agriculture will hold four open houses to explain its plans this year to treat parts of northern Illinois for the destructive gypsy moth.


Free screening of "Nature Returns to Emiquon" at 6:30p Mon., 2/27 at Dickson Mounds. Free. Reservations required. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Flying WILD at Volo Bog State Natural Area – a Bird Workshop for Educators Thursday, March 9, 2017 or Saturday, March 11, 2017, 9:15 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. each day 6 Professional Development Hours available Request a registration form by emailing dnr.volobog@illinois.gov “Through activities involving language arts, social science and math experiences, coupled with community outreach and service learning applications, Flying WILD offers a whole-school approach to environmental education using birds as the focus. Targeted for the middle-school audience, though widely adaptable, Flying WILD offers practical hands-on classroom and outdoor field investigation experiences connecting real-world experiences in bird biology, conservation and natural history. Project-based classroom applications, service learning and community involvement are encouraged through sections of the guide dedicated to the planning and implementation of birding festivals.” (taken from http://www.flyingwild.org/) Flying WILD is supported in Illinois by Illinois Audubon Society and the IDNR at Volo Bog State Natural Area. Volo Bog State Natural Area is located in Northeastern Illinois at 28478 W. Brandenburg Rd., Ingleside IL 60041 N: 42.351 W: -88.189 815-344-1294 Website link https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/Parks/Pages/VoloBog.aspx #outdoorillinois #Illinois #IL #IDNR
If you're looking for a truly unique outdoor adventure, head for Volo Bog State Natural Area in Lake County in northeastern Illinois. The site includes Volo Bog, the only quaking bog in Illinois, significant in that it exhibits all stages of bog succession. A floating mat of sphagnum moss, cattails...


Presidents' Day Weekend weather should be great. Enjoy Illinois state park trails or your local bike paths. https://t.co/b8M2tRukUc


RT @NWSLincolnIL: 70 degrees in #Springfield at 1 pm. New record high (was 68/2011). Last time we had an earlier 70 degree reading was 2/10…


Technically, it is still winter. But the Eagle Creek Golf Course is open this beautiful, unseasonable weekend. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…