Volunteers at Greenbelt Forest Preserves. Photo: Daniel Suarez/Audubon Great Lakes
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Back in March, Audubon enacted plans to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) to ensure the safety of our staff and the communities we serve. Though the pandemic has limited our ability to look at birds and explore the outdoors, Audubon is reaching people where they are—in their homes and backyards and online. If you need to stay at home, but still want something to do, look no further than this birdy care package or The Nest.
All Audubon Great Lakes stewardship events, educational programs nature centers will be closed until at least June 30, 2020. For more information, please read our COVID-19 Updates. Being outside in nature can help lift your spirits during challenging times. Audubon encourages everyone who can safely do so to use the outdoor trails at our nature centers—some trails are open, even if the center building itself is closed. For more information, please check our Audubon Center Closures page. All trail closure information is current.