Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary to Host Birds and Beer Program at Pinebrook Farm Hunt Hill will be hosting its fifth Birds and Beer program of the year on Thursday, September 14 at Pinebrook Farm in Spooner, WI. Birds and Beer encourages nature enthusiasts to socialize with each other over snacks and beverages. Participants can expect to enjoy an engaging presentation from a local expert in a happy-hour atmosphere. Each ticket costs $10 if purchased in advance from Hunt Hill, or $15 at the door, and includes one drink ticket and complimentary snacks. Proceeds from the program will support ongoing environmental education at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary. Birds and Beer is offered on the second Thursday of select months. Each Birds and Beer program features a different presenter at a different location, so you’re sure to learn something new each time. September’s Birds and Beer topic is the Sharp-tailed Grouse of the Namekagon Barrens. Join retired Wisconsin DNR Wildlife Technician Gary Dunsmoor to learn more about these beautiful and fascinating birds who dance on the barrens in Northwest Wisconsin. Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary is a nature preserve and learning center near Sarona, Wisconsin. Located on nearly 600 acres, Hunt Hill protects a variety of unique and beautiful habitats found in Wisconsin. Hunt Hill also produces high-quality environmental education programs year-round. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.hunthill.org , call 715-635-6543, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.