Explore the fens, forests, oak barrens, and meadows of Wisconsin, then visit the Birds of Wisconsin display with more than 75 mounted specimens of rare and common birds.
Mounted Wisconsin mammals are also on display. In addition, visitors can explore the habitats of Wisconsin's Woodland Indians, and see excellent examples of porcupine quillwork, beadwork, weaving, and other crafts. This exhibit also features a special section on Wisconsin archaeology, including some artifacts from Aztalan, the state's most significant archaeological site. More than 50 common projectile points are also on display for visitors to compare to those they may have found during a trek through the woods.