CALL TO ACTION: Support the Recovering America's Wildlife Act (RAWA)!

Detroit Audubon urges you to support a bill introduced by our good friend US Rep. Debbie Dingell, who represents Michigan’s 12th district in the US House of Representatives, which once enacted will secure $1.4 billion in annual funding to reverse population declines of birds especially Black Tern and Bobolink, as well as other at-risk species of fish and wildlife— the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA). Click on the Black Tern above to read more and TAKE ACTION.

CALL TO ACTION: Say NO to De-Listing Wolves!

Detroit Audubon opposes State Senate Resolution 63, which calls for a de-listing of the Wolf from the Endangered Species list, potentially opening it up to a hunting season. Call your elected representatives and voice your opposition to this resolution! Click on the Wolf above to read the letter that we sent to our legislators.

Upcoming Events

Detroit River Nature Walk

Saturday, Feb 29

Young Birders Walk

Saturday, March 7

Owl Prowl

Saturday, March 7

Elmwood Cemetery

Friday, March 13

Detroit Audubon has been protecting birds and the environment since 1939. Our 6,000 members stretch from St. Clair County to Ann Arbor to the Ohio State Line.

Guide to Bird-Friendly Gardens

Learn how to plant a garden with native flowers and plants that attract and support local bird populations!

Project Safe Passage

Works to reduce the incidence of collisions of night-migrating birds with illuminated buildings in this area.

Emergency Care for Birds

Have you ever found a bird that was injured or a baby bird that was obviously out of the nest too early? What do you do?