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Family Duck Walk with Ypsilanti District Library

Ford Lake Boardwalk Access 526 S. Grove Street, Ypsilanti, MI

We are putting on this family friendly walk for ducks (and other birds) partnering with the Ypsilanti District Library. Come learn about some of the migratory and resident waterfowl that we see in fall and winter. Meet at 526 S. Grove Street, Ypsilanti. We will walk down to the lake from that parking lot. Dress […]

Weekend Walk for Birds at Nichols Arboretum

Nichols Arboretum 174-196 Riverview Ct., Ann Arbor, MI

The Arb, with 165 species reported to eBird, is the number one hotspot for birds in the county. The diversity of habitat provides opportunities to discover a wide variety of species. Join us as we explore this local gem. Meet at the east end of the arboretum at the Dow Prairie entrance. From Geddes Ave., […]

Gull Trip to Salem Landfill (tentative)

Hopefully, this long-running outing for local larophiles can go through this year after an enforced hiatus – if we cannot arrange for permission to enter the Salem Landfill property, an alternate location may be used. The landfill is under new management (yet again!), and securing permission is not at all guaranteed. This will be a […]

76th Ann Arbor Christmas Bird Count

The Christmas Bird Count is coming up soon. Please see the Christmas Bird Count web page for all the details, or go straight to the registration page. See links to both below. GO TO THE WEBSITE or CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Washtenaw County May Count

With spring finally here, birders’ thoughts turn to spring birding. As you think about the ways you will bird in the county this spring, please consider participating in the Washtenaw County May Count, on International Migratory Bird Day. Juliet Berger is the Compiler for this informal count. The Compiler divides the county into townships, each […]