Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wed. July 12, 2017 Program at Lake Bluff 7:00pm.

 Michigan Reptiles & Amphibians Alive

 Michigan is home to over 50 species of reptiles and amphibians, yet, many are unknown or misunderstood by most Michigan citizens. Meet live native frogs, turtles and snakes specific to Manistee County while learning about their identification, habitat needs and interesting behaviors. Also learn what you can do to help them survive. At the presentation's conclusion participants will have the opportunity to watch some of them being fed - and even hold a snake!



Join us for this always popular program by Jim and Carol McGrath.  Get a seat early, kids love this program!

Monday, May 8, 2017

Manistee Audubon Program this Wednesday May 10th.

Birds of the Sleeping Bear Dunes. "Join Wayne Pope for a narrated slide show focusing on birds found in Michigan's Sleeping Bear Dunes. Keynote species such as piping plover, trumpeter swan and many others will be explored with still photos and video clips. Wayne Pope is an adjunct photography instructor at Lansing Community College." Visit his website at: waynerpope.com 
No NAMC this weekend!  The state compiliers have cancelled this event due to lack of a national data bank for it and possibly due to the increased use of eBird to store information.

Please get out this weekend and bird on your own wherever you like.

Contact me if you are interested in getting together for a brown bag lunch and birding conversation that afternoon.

BA