Posts Tagged "Michigan Audubon"

Michigan Audubon Annual Member Meeting

Diane Huhn

  We know you care deeply about birds and their habitat so why not join us and other conservation-minded individuals on April 14, 2018, at the Michigan Audubon Annual Member Meeting for a chance to share ideas with one another…

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Registration Open for Michigan Audubon Annual Member Meeting

Diane Huhn

We know you care deeply about birds and their habitat so why not join us and other conservation-minded individuals on April 14, 2018, at the Michigan Audubon Annual Member Meeting for a chance to share ideas with one another and…

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Michigan Audubon partners with local groups to bolster bird-friendly communities in the Greater Lansing area

Diane Huhn

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lansing, Mich. (February 1, 2018) — As the populations of many bird species throughout Michigan continue to dwindle, Michigan Audubon is enlisting the help of numerous groups throughout the greater Lansing region to improve the outlook for…

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Sandhill Crane Game Species Designation Update

Diane Huhn

The future of Sandhill Crane protections in Michigan is still unknown. Following the approval of House Resolution 0154 in October, the legislature and Natural Resources Commission (NRC) has not taken any further action on the issue. House Resolution 0154 encouraged…

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Registration now open for 2018 UP Winter Birding Trips

Diane Huhn

Are you anxious to see a Gray Jay? Hoping to check the Northern Hawk Owl off your list? Then join Michigan Audubon and our skilled birding guide on a birding tour of the Eastern Upper Peninsula on January 20-21, 2018…

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Cranes, Colors, & Cabernet Festival

Rachelle Roake

Celebrate Sandhill Crane migration season with a festival of Cranes, Colors, & Cabernet! Saturday, October 21, visit Haehnle Sanctuary for crane viewing and events from Noon until dusk (see detailed schedule below). Just down the road from Haehnle Sanctuary, Sandhill…

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Press Release: Michigan Audubon, state’s oldest conservation organization, opposes proposal to hunt Sandhill Cranes

Diane Huhn

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Diane Huhn, Communications & Marketing Coordinator 517-580-7364 / dhuhn@michiganaudubon.org Michigan Audubon, state’s oldest conservation organization, opposes proposal to hunt Sandhill Cranes Lansing, MI (October 20, 2017)  –  Michigan Audubon, state’s oldest conservation organization, opposes proposal to hunt…

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URGENT: YOUR CALLS ARE NEEDED TODAY TO PROTECT MICHIGAN’S SANDHILL CRANES

Diane Huhn

  The Michigan House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on October 4, 2017, regarding HR 154. This resolution, sponsored by State Representative James Lower, seeks to encourage the Natural Resources Commission to add Sandhill cranes to the game species…

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Swifts in the City

Diane Huhn

Have you heard chipping and chattering above your head when you’re in an urban downtown area or neighborhood? Have you seen small “bats” flying during the daytime? Chimney Swifts are unique, “cigar-shaped” birds that live alongside people in many cities…

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Backyard Bird Habitat Workshop

Diane Huhn

A backyard can be a haven for birds and wildlife, but where to start and what’s right for your backyard? Join Michigan Audubon’s Rachelle Roake for an introduction to the elements of a bird-friendly backyard. Tips for top-performing native gardens, bird feeders,…

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