Let me welcome you to A2 and encourage you to check out Washtenaw Audubon on our website and see the field trips and programs we have coming up this spring and summer.
I hope to meet you at the next good bird.
Washtenaw Audubon Society
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> On May 6, 2018, at 8:51 AM, Julie M <julie...> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am a VERY new birder here in A2, and went to Magee Marsh on Friday. It was a lot of fun, not crowded at all even with an 11:30a arrival. I had many wonderful little warblers ID for me by the other very friendly birders there. It was so amazing to see all these tiny little beautiful birds right at eye level. Magnolia, Tenessee, Nashville, Blackburnian, Cerulean, Yellow, Black and White and I was told the Golden Winged that was pointed out was a very rare one!
> There were some food trucks set up at the Ottawa NWR right next door, and I did the auto tour. Near the shore there on the tour I was told there was a yellow billed cuckoo and two soras but I did not see them.
> I am an amateur radio operator and find that operating radio portable at parks is a fine companion to birding. I really can't HELP but bird now when I'm outdoors. Great hobby. I enjoy everyone's posts here, thank you
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