Photo Essay: Fort McCoy Wildlife
By Scott SturkolJune 5, 2018
Ruffed grouse, fish, deer, snakes, and more wildlife are shown May 15, 2018, at Fort McCoy, Wis.
In addition to those already mentioned, a large variety of wildlife is found on the installation, such as wolves, badgers, and several endangered species of insects.
Wildlife management at Fort McCoy is completed by the Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division Natural Resources Branch.
Learn more about Fort McCoy online at www.mccoy.army.mil, on Facebook by searching "ftmccoy," and on Twitter by searching "usagmccoy."
- October 5, 2018USACE uses Innovative Technologies for Fish Recovery
- October 1, 2018Counter illicit trafficking training enhances partnerships, protects wildlife
- September 21, 2018Fort McCoy RTS-Medical staff supports Global Medic 2018
- September 21, 2018Fort McCoy supports local flood-relief efforts; helps save lives
- September 21, 2018Fort McCoy has training site dedicated to educating troops about cultural, archaeological areas
- September 21, 2018Fort McCoy police utilize upgraded child ID systems for community outreach
- September 21, 2018Hundreds enjoy 2018 Retiree Appreciation Day at Fort McCoy
- September 21, 2018Ammunition supply Soldiers enhance skills, expertise in Advanced Leader Course at Fort McCoy
- September 21, 2018Thousands of troops to train on Fort McCoy in October
- September 21, 2018National Public Lands Day: Archaeology has aided in historical understanding of Fort McCoy's public
- September 18, 2018Fall, winter bring a host of trips, classes with Outdoor Recreation
- September 14, 2018Commentary: Hunting on a military installation for dummies
- September 7, 2018Behind the scenes at Global Medic Fort McCoy
- September 4, 2018Milkweed and the Preservation of the Monarch
- August 30, 2018Installation gives master hunter position a shot
- August 17, 2018Ready for hunting season? Some regulations have changed