Published on May 15, 2020
On the May 15, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Linnea Rowse from Michigan Audubon cured our boredom with bird-om and helped us understand how even the smallest home garden can help sustain migratory bird populations.
May 9, 2021 9:00AM – 5:00PM 12685 East C Ave., Augusta, MI 49012
Celebrate Mother's Day with a visit to the Bird Sanctuary! Moms will have their admission fee waived on Sunday, May 9, when visiting with their families.
Using the Spatial and Spectral Precision of Satellite Imagery to Predict Wildlife Occurrence Patterns
Published on April 29, 2005
Published on March 22, 2019
The Wildlife Damage Management Series for Midwestern Farmers provides growers the tools to identify and mitigate damage as well as information regarding the various agencies that regulate wildlife.
Published on September 3, 2007
Taking a look at "Conservation Biology".
Published on December 21, 2018
Despite the range decline of evening grosbeaks over the years, it is predicted that this winter of 2018/2019 will be an irruption year.
Published on February 5, 2019
Fantastic opportunities await those who venture north this winter. Here are the latest winter birding updates from Mackinac and Chippewa counties.
Published on September 1, 2020
Learn about the unique features and history of Corey Marsh, then dive deeper as researchers highlight current projects featuring migratory birds.
Published on June 15, 2018
Dads get in free on Father's Day!
Published on March 7, 2019
Great gray owls, snowy owls and more are part of the exciting winter birding in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Read this update on what you might be able to see if you visit.
Published on January 10, 2020
Next to deer, birds are probably the most popular group of forest wildlife. At least half of Michigan’s 300 bird species use forests to meet their habitat requirements.