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 […]

Big News! We’re Back.

We have big news to announce!  Beginning this month, October 2021, Matthaei Botanical Gardens has opened their meeting facility, for groups such as Washtenaw Audubon Society.  Therefore, our October Meeting […]

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 […]