Date: 5/22/20 12:40 pm
From: 'Mike Sefton' via Birders <birders...>
Subject: [birders] Non-bird: Flyway Express: Detroit Audubon Update
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> From: Detroit Audubon <staff...>
> Date: May 22, 2020 at 1:13:47 PM EDT
> To: Mike Sefton <mseft...>
> Subject: Flyway Express: DA Update
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> Detroit Audubon's Flyway Express
> "The beauty of the natural world lies in the details." -Natalie Angier
> Upcoming Detroit Audubon Webinars
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> Thursday, May 28
> Native Plants for Birds
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> Take a deep dive into native plants, why you should use them, and how to get started. Register here for Thursday, May 28th at 6pm! Program almost full!
> Friday, May 29
> All About Wild Bird Rehabilitation
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> Learn about all of the work that goes into wild bird rehabilitation at the Bird Center of Washtenaw County. Get ready for loads of cute baby birds! Register here for Friday, May 29 at 12pm!
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> Thursday, June 4th
> American Kestrels and Ecosystem Services in Michigan’s Fruit-Growing Regions
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> Learn about how attracting kestrels to fruit orchards helps with pest control. Register here for Thursday, June 4th at 12pm!
> Educational and Fun Activities
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> Nest and Feeder Cams Galore!
> Birdwatching and counting birds from our homes, neighborhoods and local parks have become the norm these days. We are also lucky enough to have access to an intimate look into the lives of birds through the technology of nest and feeder cams from around the world. Do yourself a favor and check these out (and also explore others available on explore.org!)
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> Detroit Zoo Peregrine Falcon Nest Great Gray Owl Nest
> WSU Peregrine Falcon Nest Osprey Nest Branch View
> Panama Fruit Bird Feeder Mississippi River Flyway Cam
> Decorah Bald Eagle Nest Great Blue Heron's Nest
> Hummingbird Tree Nest Great Horned Owls Nest
> Conservation Actions
> Baby Bird Help
> Did you know it is completely false that a parent bird will reject its baby if a human touches it? If you find a healthy baby bird that appears to have fallen from its nest, the very best thing you can do is place the baby back in the nest. This way the baby bird can get the proper nutrition and guidance from their parents. DO NOT try to raise a bird yourself.
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> If you find a young bird and you are unsure what to do, call a wildlife rehabber for assistance. The Bird Center of Washtenaw County is a great local resource.
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> Bird Fact of the Week
> In China and Japan, cranes are known as
> symbols of a long life and good luck .
> Our Contact Information
> Detroit Audubon
> 4605 Cass Ave
> Detroit, MI 48201
> 313-588-1015
> http://www.detroitaudubon.org
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