Travel to Ecuador with Washtenaw Audubon

Please consider joining Washtenaw Audubon Society this upcoming January for a journey across the Andes of Northern Ecuador. This popular birding circuit lives up to its reputation as one of […]

Scholarships for Young Birders

Washtenaw Audubon is pleased to offer full scholarships for young birders to attend birding camps. Please send a letter of interest to president@washtenawaudubon.org by April 15, 2022. Scholarship image by Nick Youngson CC BY-SA […]

Michigan Young Birders Camp – Register Now

After two years of offering a virtual camp experience, Michigan Audubon has announced that they are moving back to an in-person Michigan Young Birders Camp for 2022! Michigan Audubon is […]

Ann Arbor Crows Get Noticed

It happens every year: someone notices the large flocks of crows gathering at dusk during the winter and asks Washtenaw Audubon about it. And with good reason; the flocks of […]

January/February 2022 Newsletter

The January/February 2022 Newsletter is available online. Contents include: 76th Christmas Bird Count President’s Letter Field Trip Schedule Upcoming Work Days at our Searles Preserve November-December Birding Highlights Upcoming Programs […]

Revived WAS Annual Picnic a Great Success

In July 2021 we revived a treasured tradition of our past, the Annual Picnic. Close to 50 WAS members and prospective members attended this year. It was so moving to […]

We Want To Hear From You!

In June 2021 we released a survey to our community on how well we are doing in living up to our mission. This was the first time we surveyed our […]