2nd stop = Gathering of Exuviae at the Canoe Launch
Carney Dam along the Brule River
Finding this location isn't necessarily easy since the roads aren't square and aren't necessarily marked in the Gazetteer. However, the fields in the area contained Clay-colored Sparrows, Bobolinks, and Brewer's Blackbirds.
Upon arriving there is a small, cleared area to launch canoes (45.98066, -88.39839). Much of the river bank isn't accessible by foot.
The logs along the shoreline had several exuviae attached to them.
These included 9 Ophiogomphus (rupinsulensis or carolus).
Not a bad collection for a rainy morning.