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  • Guatemala (WAS 5th International Trip)

    Guatemala (5th International Trip) Friday 25 March 2016--Saturday 02 April 2016   There are over 30 species of birds found only in the central highlands of northern Central America (primarily Guatemala, but also a little in Mexico and Honduras) such as the beautiful Pink-headed Warbler, unusually unique Horned Guan and the striking Azure-rumped Tanager. The focus of this amazing birding Read More
  • 2015 May Count Results and Highlights

    2015 marked my second year as Compiler for the North American Migratory Count (NAMC) known in Washtenaw County as the May Count. I assumed this task from Roger Wykes, who managed it with style for over a dozen years. He assisted me again this year (Thank you, Roger!!) by helping me compile statistics before submitting my report to the state Read More
  • Report: Annual Stinchfield Woods Breeding Bird Survey

    The annual Stinchfield Woods Breeding Bird Census took place on a perfectly pleasantly cool, calm, and mostly cloudy Sunday, June 20, 2015, from 7 to 11:30 am. Special thanks go to our big crew of 17 volunteer counters: Barbara, Brandon, Dan, David A, David L, Elle, Fred, George, John, Juliet, Karen, Linda, Maggie, Marcella, Roger, Toni, and Vedran. Special thanks Read More
  • W.A.S. Proposes Changes to Constitution & Bylaws

    The Board of Directors of the Washtenaw Audubon Society is proposing a handful of minor amendments to the Constitution & Bylaws of the organization. We intend to ask members to vote on the proposed amendments at the program meeting on June 17, 2015. A favorable vote of at least 2/3 of the members present at the meeting is required for Read More
  • Washtenaw Audubon "Alum" Has Production Role in Wednesday PBS Sage Grouse Documentary

    By Pacific Southwest Region from Sacramento, US (Greater Sage-Grouse) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Mark your calendars (or set your DVRs) for May 20th at 8pm for the premiere of The Sagebrush Sea. Produced by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, The Sagebrush Sea explores many hidden aspects of the great sagebrush plains of the West, including fabulous footage of the Greater Sage Grouse. The film's premiere is this week on Nature | PBS. You can Read More
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