Roy's latest book makes a great gift for nature lovers everywhere!
Roy and Charlotte Lukes are Wisconsin natives who have devoted their entire lives to teaching people about our plants and animals; this web page is dedicated to their work.
Unfortunately, the Door County Advocate and Green Bay Gazette, perhaps since they are now owned by large, non-local corporations, no longer give permission for articles to be posted here, so this site will not be updated.
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||Read what Dennis McCann says about Roy Lukes in a feature article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wednesday, 01/31/01, also available in the On-Line edition.|
Roy Lukes was born and raised in Kewaunee, Wisconsin and received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Wisconsin. He taught in public schools for 20 years, and is the past president of the Inland Bird Banding Association, Botanical Club of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Society for Ornithology and Ridges Sanctuary. Mr. Lukes has received many awards from Audubon, ornithological and environmental societies for his outstanding achievements in conservation.
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Charlotte Lukes was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and graduated from Marquette University. Her interests in natural history led her to specialize in wild mushrooms and she has compiled a database of 515 species in Door County. She has used her art skills to illustrate her husband's books.
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Roy & Charlotte Lukes
Married in 1972, Roy & Charlotte Lukes continue their own nature school for adult outdoor education begun in 1993. Together they organize Door County annual bird watches, Christmas bird counts and other frequent nature events in the area. The Lukes are coordinators for the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas, Door county Region, a five-year project to determine which birds breed in Wisconsin. In May, 1997 they were chosen King and Queen of the Door County Festival of Blossoms.
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