There are some topics that are, ahem, a bit uncomfortable for some people. Here's one - I won't name it, since the wisbirdn guidelines disallow it (and I'm trying to get around that by posting it here).
On another tack, maybe it's been a while since you looked at info for the Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail - to make it easy for you, just click here.
A lot of great information from the US Fish & Wildlife Service is available at this link.
Some new info from the always-informative Edward Grey Institute for Field Ornithology is linked here.
Closer to home, news from the Western Great Lakes Bird & Bat Observatory is here --- and see our calendar of events here.
Write to me if you have questions: Bill Mueller; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Learn more about IMBD events around the country at the Environment for the Americas website...then attend one near you! For example, come to the IMBD event at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve, on May 5th. If you live in the Fox Valley, check out the Oshkosh Bird Fest, linked here. See more about the Forest Beach event at this link - or here:
Posted by Bill Mueller at 8:58 AM