The birds Washtenaw Audubon pledges to protect differ in color, size, behavior, geographical preference, and countless other ways. As we honor and celebrate the equally remarkable diversity of the human species, Washtenaw Audubon considers the work of inclusion, diversity, and… Read More
Raptors in flight bring a sense of wonder and struggle to birders, especially when it comes to identifying them at a distance. Field marks are not enough when back-lit conditions and birds miles out lack any color. Flight ID has… Read More
Join Matt and Ben Hack of Washtenaw Audubon, as they recount their record-breaking Big Day of 143 bird species seen in 24 hours on May 16, 2020. Matt and Ben demolished the old record, of 141 species, set by Washtenaw… Read More
Popular Washtenaw Audubon speaker and noted humorist Don Chalfant talks about the birding delights of his second home, Florida. Don has spent his winters in Florida pursuing and photographing some of the more unlikely species to show up there, as… Read More
Washtenaw Audubon Society stands solidly with ALL birders, and we support the recent statement by the American Birding Association, below.