2023 Results Are In!
Since 2015, over 500 bluebirds have been fledged by APF.
Here is our 2023 Bluebird Trail Report which we submitted to the Bluebird Association of Wisconsin.
24 Bluebird nest boxes
10 boxes used by bluebirds
71 Bluebird eggs laid
48 Bluebirds hatched
48 Bluebirds fledged
10 Tree Swallows fledged
0 Chickadees fledged
63 House Wrens fledged
9 boxes used by House Sparrows.
APF volunteers cleaned out these houses every week when House Sparrow nests were found. Some success for Bluebirds nesting occured after House Sparrows were cleaned out.
Special thanks go out to Cynthia Carlson who monitored half of our houses for the second year. Thank you Cynthia!
Special thanks go out to Sue Eagle who leads the project, plans activities, and maintains our houses.Thank you Sue!
Thank you, everyone, for your membership and interest in our birds.
Dog Park (Link to map: https://bit.ly/3KFWw2L)
A 35-acre dog park is accessible (with a permit) from 804 Union Road. The dog park includes areas for large and small dogs. An electrical charging station and a vault toilet are available. An additional features include a 7,000 native plant drainage basin and a 10 tree community orchard.
Anderson Park Friends, Inc. is an award winning 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization working with the Dane County Parks Division to develop, protect, preserve, and enhance beautiful Anderson Farm County Park. The park is in Phase 1 of the master plan. Our organization is comprised of over 210 members living in Oregon, Brooklyn, and the surrounding townships-Towns of Oregon, Rutland, and Dunn.
The development of the park has a Master Plan. Click here to read the Master Plan.
Roe Parker, President
1560 Partridge Hill Drive
Oregon, WI 53575