Presentation #3: Forestry for Michigan Birds


Sunday, May 29th | 2:30 p.m. | BIC Center Theater

This dramatic decline in population drives the work of conservation biologists, including habitat management to improve forest health in the Great Lakes region for birds of conservation concern. Learn more about forest management strategies for birds such as Golden-winged Warbler, American Woodcock, and several other target species in Michigan. You’ll hear about what the American Birding Conservancy team and partners are accomplishing in the Great Lakes states and also learn about what you can do on your land.

Free for all to attend without registration. Freewill donation to support the BIC Center encouraged. Registration (with or without donation) encouraged to help with our planning.

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In the last 50 years, more than 2.9 billion birds have been lost. Come to this session to learn about the best strategies to respond.

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Event Details

The Beaver Island Birding Trail and Warblers on the Water events are projects of the Beaver Island Association. BIA is a volunteer organization that works to assure the environmental and economic sustainability of Beaver Island. Learn more about the BIA and keep up to date on island events at


Date: May 29, 2022

Start time: 02:30 p.m. EDT

End time: 03:30 p.m. EDT

Venue: BIC Center

Directions: The BIC Center is across the street from the Ferry Dock.

Phone: 231-448-2022


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