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Birding Wheeler with group 2016.JPG NAP Ornithologist Juliet Berger leads a bird walk at the capped portion of the landfill at the Wheeler Service Center


Join us to learn more about birds!

​Hone your bird-watching skills by looking for the breeding birds of Ann Arbor!  View our field checklist here (pdf).  Bring it along on one of our nature hikes or bird-watching walks.

Upcoming Bird Walks:

Information for 2018 bird walks is not yet available.


Learn more about area birds at: http://www.washtenawaudubon.org/.

Ten ways YOU can help birds thrive in human-populated areas:

http://www.birds.cornell.edu/Publications/Birdscope/Summer2008/help_birds_in_cities.html

Found a nest?  Want to help monitor it (hooray participatory science)! Check out Cornell's NestWatch program here:  http://watch.birds.cornell.edu/nest/home/index

And, of course- you can get some tips on how to plan your garden to help feed and sustain wildlife at NWF's "Garden for Wildlife" webpage here: http://www.nwf.org/Get-Outside/Outdoor-Activities/Garden-for-Wildlife.aspx !

​​Natural Area Preservation
Office:
3875 E. Huron River Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734.794.6627

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Dave Borneman
  Deputy Manager
Tina Stephens
  Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator
Becky Gajewski
  Stewardship Specialist
Michael Hahn
  Stewardship Specialist