Stinchfield Woods Annual Breeding Bird Census
Saturday, June 03, 2017
No location provided or location is TBD
The Stinchfield Woods breeding bird census is an annual survey of elusive species breeding within the 777 acre Stinchfield Woods, located at 9401 Stinchfield Woods Rd., Pinckney, MI. Typical birds found at Stinchfield include Pine and Black-throated Green Warblers, Blue-headed Vireos, Red-breasted Nuthatches, Golden-crowned Kinglets, Hooded Warblers, Ovenbirds, and Acadian Flycatchers.This survey is mostly a hearing event so birders with a keen ear are especially needed, although all birders are welcome to participate. This year marks the 24th annual census; please join us! Please email Norka Saldana or Karen Markey to RSVP for this event or for more details.
Minors traveling on Washtenaw Audubon Society field trips without a parent or guardian must bring with them a completed and signed copy of the consent form available by clicking here: Field Trip Permission, Medical Release, and Waiver of Liability (PDF)