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Migratory Birds and Forest Health at Lake Huron Coastal Preserve

September 7: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Walk the rustic trails at the Lake Huron Coastal Preserve with ecologists and foresters to learn more about the connection between forest health and bird habitat. Joyanne Mittig from American Bird Conservancy and Huron Pines’ Conservation Stewardship Director, Steve Woods, will guide visitors through the woodland discussing threats to forest health and managing a forest for bird habitat. We’ll also hopefully see and hear migrating birds along this shoreline preserve.

Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather. Please bring a refillable water bottle, water will be provided on site. Bug spray and binoculars are also suggested.

This event has reached capacity. 

This event is supported in part by the Michigan Invasive Species Grant program and Consumers Energy Foundation.

This is part of the Protect Wild Places event series established to empower Michigan communities to support the land and water to restore 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat and recreational land, and 150 miles of waterways and Great Lakes shoreline.

Details

Date:
September 7
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Venue

Lake Huron Coastal Preserve
868 Alabaster Rd
Tawas City, MI 48763 United States
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