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Formed by the glaciers of the last Ice Age, Horicon Marsh was a hunting ground for Native Americans for over 10,000 years. However, in the past 150 years this marsh has been dammed and flooded to create a vast lake, over- hunted by market hunters, and then ditched and drained to convert to agricultural purposes. Today, Horicon Marsh is a restored wetland hosting over 300 species of birds and attracting thousands of people interested in wildlife. Join Liz Herzmann, a Wildlife Educator for the Department of Natural Resources at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, for an overview of the geology, history, wildlife and ecological concerns for maintaining the health and integrity of this vast wetland.