Category Archive for "Michigan Audubon Sanctuaries"

Dedication of Peter and Gwyneth Schroeder Tract at Haehnle Sanctuary

Molly Keenan

Through your bountiful donations, growth at our Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary was made possible this year with the acquisition of a 25-acre parcel of land. The area which consists of former cropland, wetlands, and lake bottom, will further expand the…

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Cerulean Warbler Weekend Celebrates its 11th Year

Media Contact: Molly Keenan Phone: 517.580.7364 Email: mkeenan@michiganaudubon.org Website: michiganaudubon.org For Immediate Release May 16, 2018 Cerulean Warbler Weekend Celebrates its 11th Year Michigan Audubon adds more family-friendly events and live birds of prey HASTINGS, Mich. — Join Michigan Audubon…

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Vandals Target Treasured Bird Sanctuary

Rachelle Roake

Recent damage to Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary ignites support from the birding community Over the past several weeks, Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary has seen a rash of vandalism. These senseless acts damaged not only the handmade kiosk, signs, and new…

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Join our Milkweed Planting Workdays!

Kristin Phillips

Volunteers Needed to Support Monarch Butterflies In response to continent-wide declines of monarch butterfly populations, Michigan Audubon is working to support monarchs and other pollinators on two local sanctuaries. Monarch Watch, a nonprofit focused on monarch butterfly education and conservation,…

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Michigan Audubon Acquires 80 Acres of Migratory Bird Habitat

Rachelle Roake

Michigan Audubon expands Bernard W. Baker Sanctuary to protect 978 total acres of bird habitat. Michigan Audubon’s Bernard W. Baker Sanctuary in Calhoun County, Michigan recently received an additional 80 acres of protected lands thanks to collaboration with The Conservation Fund…

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