Date: 3/1/17 8:29 am
From: ddarm ddarm <ddarm...>
Subject: [birders] Fwd: Registration open for "How to be a Good Purple Martin Landlord" Workshop
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> From: Michigan Audubon <birds...>
> Date: March 1, 2017 at 11:04:47 AM EST
> To: <ddarm...>
> Subject: Registration open for "How to be a Good Purple Martin Landlord" Workshop
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> Join Michigan Audubon for "How to be a Good Purple Martin Landlord" workshop!
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> Graceful and entertaining, the Purple Martin is a swallow species that has adapted to depend on human-made birdhouses for survival in the eastern U.S.
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> If you have open space or live on a lake or stream, you might enjoy investing a bit of time monitoring your own colony this summer. Michigan Audubon will also be working this year to establish a few Purple Martin colonies in the Lansing area and would welcome volunteers interested in helping to monitor these efforts. You can help ensure the longevity of this fascinating species that is on the decline in Michigan.
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> Michigan Audubon is pleased to welcome Penny Briscoe to host the workshop, "How to be a Good Purple Martin Landlord". Briscoe is a local expert with more than 25 years’ experience. The workshop will be held at the Michigan Audubon office in Okemos, MI.
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> Learn how to acquire and install suitable housing, prepare nests for spring arrival, and perform regular nest checks to ensure the survival of young birds. Briscoe will also share useful internet resources and discuss recording and submitting data.
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> Please direct any questions to Michigan Audubon Education Coordinator, Lindsay Cain, at <lcain...> or 517-580-7364.
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