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Native Plants Help Spring Migrants Across the Great Lakes

Native Plants Help Spring Migrants Across the Great Lakes

— Exploring the four major food groups for birds through the lens of native plants
Birds Tell Us It’s Time to Restore the Earth

Birds Tell Us It’s Time to Restore the Earth

— Earth Day presents us with a moment to commit to meaningful change
Spring Migration in the Great Lakes Region

Spring Migration in the Great Lakes Region

— What birds to expect this season and where you can find them
Michigan’s Black Terns Need Your Help

Michigan’s Black Terns Need Your Help

— Sign-up to participate in breeding Black Tern Surveys across the Lower Peninsula
The Triumphant Return of Michigan’s Ospreys

The Triumphant Return of Michigan’s Ospreys

— Adopt an Osprey nest this summer
How to Protect Birds in Your Neighborhood from Window Collisions

How to Protect Birds in Your Neighborhood from Window Collisions

— Safe Passage Great Lakes is Seeking Community Science Volunteers to Monitor Buildings, March 15 – May 31, 2021
Monitoring Secretive Marsh Birds in the Great Lakes Region

Monitoring Secretive Marsh Birds in the Great Lakes Region

— Audubon Great Lakes is Seeking Marsh Bird Survey Volunteers in Michigan and Indiana
Brilliant Bald Eagles Soar all Winter Long in the Great Lakes Region

Brilliant Bald Eagles Soar all Winter Long in the Great Lakes Region

— Winter is a great season to view Bald Eagles in Chicago and across the Great Lakes region. Here are few simple tips to spot these birds during the coldest months.
Winter Birding in Michigan

Winter Birding in Michigan

— Michigan welcomes many new visitors from the north in the colder months, making winter an exciting time to watch birds.