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Restoration Workday at Searles Nature Preserve

Searles Nature Preserve 585V+4J Ypsilanti, Michigan, Ypsilanti, MI, United States

Did you know Washtenaw Bird & Nature Alliance (formerly Washtenaw Audubon Society) owns a nature preserve? We do! Searles Nature Preserve is a 50 acre natural area that hosts the headwaters of Stony Creek. Did you also know that Ninety-seven percent of North American landbirds require animal, primarily insect, protein to raise their young? Most […]

Event Series Tuesday Evening Birders

Tuesday Evening Birders

Attendance: 6 / ∞

Each Tuesday Evening Birders will feature a new trip leader and location of their choice. These events have produced many memories and stories over the years and often yield interesting birds. Each Tuesday in May, we meet somewhere at 6pm, often at Miller Rd. Park & Ride, Plymouth Rd. Park & Ride, or Meijer on […]

Migration Thursdays at The Arb

Nichols Arboretum - Dow Prairie Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join us at Nichols Arboretum Thursday mornings through May to observe migrants making their way north. These leaderless walks are a great opportunity to join with other birders of all skill levels. Directions: Meet at the east end of the arboretum near the Dow Prairie entrance.   All are welcome and encouraged to join us. […]

Prothonotary Paddle

Skip's Huron River Canoe Livery 3902 E Delhi Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

It has been a few short years since the beautiful Prothonotary Warbler colonized a stretch of the Huron River from Hudson Mills through Delhi MetroPark and beyond. They sing their cheery song from close to their cavity nests along the river. They are best viewed from the water, and there are always a large variety […]

Restoration Workday at Searles Nature Preserve

Searles Nature Preserve 585V+4J Ypsilanti, Michigan, Ypsilanti, MI, United States

Did you know Washtenaw Bird & Nature Alliance (formerly Washtenaw Audubon Society) owns a nature preserve? We do! Searles Nature Preserve is a 50 acre natural area that hosts the headwaters of Stony Creek. Did you also know that Ninety-seven percent of North American landbirds require animal, primarily insect, protein to raise their young? Most […]

International Field Trip: Madagascar

Please consider joining fellow members of Washtenaw Bird & Nature Alliance in an international birding trip to Madagascar. Virtually every creature on Madagascar is endemic and this trip will be focused on seeing as wide a variety of birds and other animals as possible. We will be targeting over 120 endemic birds, including representatives of […]