Join the Kirtland’s Warbler Alliance and Huron Pines for a day of jack pine planting and education to support the Kirtland’s Warbler. Volunteers will meet at the intersection of North Down River Road and Headquarters Road, east of Grayling. Register via an online form at bit.ly/JPPD2019 by April 26 to receive driving directions and other … More Jack Pine Planting Day
A Record Count of Kirtland’s Warbler in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Reported by the US Forest Service This year was the 23rd consecutive year of searching young jack pine in the Upper Peninsula for the federally endangered Kirtland’s Warbler. In June, census participants counted 53 singing males, in 7 counties, across federal, state, county … More CENSUS RESULTS ARE IN FOR KIRTLAND’S WARBLERS IN THE U.P.
On March 31, 2016 the Kirtland’s Warbler Conservation Team was officially launched! This group will steward the communication and cooperation among a diverse set of partners to ensure the long-term sustainability of the Kirtland’s Warbler and its breeding, wintering and migratory habitats. They carry on the tradition of the Kirtland’s Warbler Recovery Team to share … More KW CONSERVATION TEAM TAKES FLIGHT
The Kirtland’s Warbler Weekend on June 3–4 delivered an economic boost to the Roscommon area, drawing people from as far away as California, Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina and Florida! This event brings an awareness to the endangered songbird that will ensure its ability to thrive for generations to come. Although the Kirtland’s Warbler has … More 2016 KIRTLAND’S WARBLER WEEKEND A SUCCESS
Guest article by Bill Radtke, Michigan Department of Natural Resources There’s a new addition to the lineup for the 2016 Kirtland’s Warbler Festival being held in Roscommon on Saturday, June 4—members of the local Amateur Radio Community (Ham Radio)! The Ham Radio operators will be operating a Special Event Radio Station (SES) on the grounds … More THE 2016 KIRTLAND’S WARBLER FESTIVAL GOES WORLDWIDE