Detroit Audubon fosters the appreciation and conservation of birds and the environment we share.
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.
Learn how to plant a garden with native flowers and plants that attract and support local bird populations!
Flyway is Detroit Audubon’s seasonal magazine that highlights project updates, upcoming events, volunteer spotlights, and more.
Chapter members receive new editions of the Flyway in the mail and the archive of past issues is available on this website.
Sunday, June 12th, 8:00 am
Join the Holliday Nature Preserve Association and Detroit Audubon for a walk around the Holliday Nature Preserve- (Koppernick Section) Tulip Loop Trail. We’ll learn about the history and work done around the area, pass an egret rookery, vernal pool and hope to see a variety of bird species that call this big tree forest home.
Thursday, June 23rd, 6:00 pm
Are you interested in birding and getting out into nature more often? Are you unsure about what’s helpful to know to better prepare for outdoor excursions? Maybe you just want to learn about the best places to go birding in the Southeast Michigan area where you can borrow binoculars. Join us for an interactive discussion on how to start birding along with various tips of the trade to help you get started.
Your contribution to Detroit Audubon helps support our mission to foster the appreciation and conservation of birds and the environment we share.
Detroit Audubon is the chapter of the National Audubon Society that serves 6,000 members in southeast Michigan from St. Clair County to Ann Arbor to the Ohio State Line.