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Detroit Audubon First Annual Photo Contest Winning Entries! Congratulations to the winners and many thanks for all of your wonderful submissions!

Dongfan Chen: Tufted Titmouse

Dongfan Chen: Tufted Titmouse

 

Howard Thompson: Red-tailed Hawk

 

Renee Wilson: Cedar Waxwing

Renee Wilson: Cedar Waxwing


Detroit Audubon is proud to announce we have added our signature in strong suppot of the Environmental Justice For All Act (H.R. 5986)

Read the whole letter by clicking here.

“The undersigned members of the Choose Clean Water Coalition, the coalition for the Delaware River Watershed, and the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition urge you to cosponsor the Environmental Justice For All Act (H.R.5986). Together, our coalitions represent more than 500  rganizations across the Chesapeake Bay, Delaware River, and Great Lakes watersheds, which covers more than 370,000 square miles and is home to over 60 million residents across 13 states and the District of Columbia.”


Upcoming Events

Due to the coronavirus outbreak and an abundance of caution, Detroit Audubon has decided to go virtual with most of our program offerings. Detroit Audubon Chapter members will be given the first opportunity to register for any in person field trips, so we encourage you to join us! Going outside and enjoying nature is a great way to relieve stress and pass these trying times. We encourage you to do so while practicing responsible social distancing.

 


Upcoming Programming:

Tuesday, December 8th at 12:00pm: Black Terns in Trouble

Learn more about why these small, graceful migratory shorebird has faced a 90% drop in population since 1991. Register here!


 


Detroit Audubon has been protecting birds and the environment since 1939. Our 5,000 members stretch from St. Clair County through southeast Michigan to the Ohio state line and beyond!


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.

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?