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This year, end-of-year donations will be matched 1:1 through January 1, 2018. Please take this opportunity to double your year-end contribution in support of Detroit Audubon’s mission to foster appreciation and conservation of birds and the environment we share!
Detroit Audubon in the News
Pheasants in Detroit Make a Big Splash! Detroit Audubon led it’s first ever Pheasant Walk in Detroit on April 1, 2017! Live in the D on Local 4 news featured the success of our walk and the presence of Pheasants in Detroit! We are hoping that these stories excite and encourage folks in the city to get out birding this year! Watch the video below, or click here for the full story.
This year there is an opportunity for your end-of-year gift to have an even greater impact! Thanks to the generosity of committed friends, through January 1, 2018 contributions will be matched 1:1. This is an opportunity to double your gift! Make a donation to Detroit Audubon here.
Detroit Audubon is a proud member of the Metro Detroit Nature Network, who co-hosted the State of the Strait: Urban Bird Summit on November 9th! Stay tuned for the written report, audio files of talks, and power point presentations online here.
Detroit Audubon Makes Public Statement on Fugitive Dust in Detroit. Click here to read the full statement.
New Flyway! Hot off the Press! Enjoy the 2017 Fall Flyway, Detroit Audubon’s Seasonal Newsletter here.
2017 Field Trip Schedule Detroit Audubon field trips offer fantastic year-round birding opportunities! We visit renowned regional hot spots during the migration season.Other trips focus on the many interesting resident species. All trips are free unless otherwise noted. Everyone is welcome, especially beginning birders, and you can always bring a friend.
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.
The Stephen Stackpole Memorial Chimney Swift Live Cam
This live feed is underwritten by Detroit Audubon in partnership with the Swift Sanctuary in Farmington, MI
Thanks for viewing the Stephen Stackpole Chimney Swift LiveCam. The Chimney Swifts have left Farmington and have gone to warmer climes. Check our live feed again in April when the swifts return!Learn More