JOIN US ON A FIELD TRIP

JOIN US ON A FIELD TRIP

From birds in migration to butterflies in summer, most trips are free and open to the public!

JOIN US ON A FIELD TRIP

From birds in migration to butterflies in summer to gulls at the dump, you're bound to find something new and exciting. Most trips are free and open to the public!

EVENING PROGRAMS

EVENING PROGRAMS

We bring interesting birding and natural history programs to you. Free and open to the public.

EVENING PROGRAMS

We bring interesting speakers to you, followed by coffee, snacks, and socializing. These informative and entertaining programs are free and open to the public.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS

We bring you special events, like the Christmas Bird Count and the county-wide North American Migration Count.

SPECIAL EVENTS

We bring you special events, like the Ann Arbor Christmas Bird Count and the North American Migration Count.

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The Latest News

  • Chimney Swift Update - 10/2/2018

    Washtenaw Audubon is thrilled to announce that the Ann Arbor City Council has heard your voices, and voted unanimously to evaluate the chimney at 415 W. Washington for retention, even while other structures at the site are demolished. IF the Read More
  • Conservation Alert: Chimney Swifts at Risk in Your Back Yard

    Conservation Alert: Chimney Swifts at Risk in Your Back Yard

    A September 13 article on MLIVE discussed the potential demolition of the chimney swift roost at 415 W. Washington Street, across from the Ann Arbor YMCA. Washtenaw Audubon intends to try to save the chimney from demolition to protect the roosting Read More
  • LaRue “Tex” Wells, Dean of Michigan Birders

    LaRue “Tex” Wells, Dean of Michigan Birders

    by Glenn Belyea LaRue “Tex” Wells of Ann Arbor, dean of Michigan birders and a Washtenaw Audubon member since 1973, passed away on August 16, 2018, just a few days shy of his 97th birthday. Tex, as he was always Read More
  • Washtenaw May Count 2018

    Washtenaw May Count 2018

    Our May Count 2018 results are finally in (download a PDF of results with link below), and thanks to so many volunteers, about 70 of us strong, we made a great showing, under adverse conditions. 176 species were observed by Read More
  • URGENT: Please Note Time Change for Magee Marsh Trip on May 13!

    PLEASE NOTE! An earlier version of this announcement said to meet at the Plymouth Road location or at Magee Marsh at 8:30 AM. This is incorrect; participants not meeting at Plymouth Road should meet at the Magee Marsh Location at Read More
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Upcoming Events

14Nov
South Africa: Birds and Game
7:30 PM
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Category: Programs
17Nov
Belle Isle with Oakland Audubon
8:00 AM
Belle Isle Park Nature Center
Category: Field Trips
08Dec
Gull Trip to Salem Landfill
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Plymouth Road Park-n-Ride
Category: Field Trips