Artist-in-Residence at the Field Station

The Field Station is hosting Jeffrey Kunkel as the first-ever Artist in Residence.

UWM scientists ranked in top 2% globally

Three UWM scientists who have worked at the Field Station have been ranked in the top 2% of scientists globablly.

Peter Dunn named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Peter Dunn has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his work on evolutionary ecology of birds, particularly in sexual selection, mate choice and climate change impacts.

Erica Young receives NSF award!

Erica Young was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to continue her work with pitcher plants.

Jeff Karron’s pollination research was featured on WUWM!

Jeff Karron discusses pollinator conservation and his long-term research projects at the Field Station on UWM Today. You can listen to the interview here.

The 2019 Annual Report is available for viewing

The 2019 Annual Report is now available.  Click here to read about activities at the Field Station in 2019, including research, teaching, and public events.

Field Station is temporarily closed

The Field Station has closed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  All scheduled events through the end of May are now cancelled.  The Friends of the Cedarburg Bog will begin offering public events again when it is safe… Read More

Pollination research at the Field Station

Read about Jeff Karron’s long-term studies on bees, monkeyflowers and plant reproduction here.

A special place for science: UWM Field Station at the Cedarburg Bog

Here is a nice summary of the work we do at the Field Station!  Read about it here.

Class tonight is postponed

The Bird Song workshop class will not be meeting on Feb 12, 2020 .  We will extend the class by one week to make up the class session.  We apologize for any inconvenience.