Gnatcatchers” will be representing MICHIGAN BIRDS and Natural History on Saturday, May 18, in the 25th Annual Southwest Michigan Team Bird-a-thon. Teammates this year include MBNH Managing
Editor Jonathan Wuepper, Jack Reinoehl, and Tom Steele.
This is a friendly competition of more than 20 Michigan-based teams to find the maximum number of birds within Berrien County. Many of these teams are raising money for causes and organizations related to nature and birding.
Gnatcatchers” are seeking pledges to help offset the cost of printing,
perfect binding, and mailing MICHIGAN
BIRDSand Natural History to our
The publication is an outreach effort of Michigan Audubon, a 501(c)3 organization.
mission of MICHIGAN BIRDS and Natural
History is to provide a forum for the publication of research on the
natural history of Michigan. Your donations will help MICHIGAN BIRDS and Natural History and
Michigan Audubon continue long-standing citizen science projects, such as the
Michigan Bird Survey and Michigan’s Christmas Counts. The research journal makes this data available
to students and researchers. MICHIGAN BIRDS and Natural History also
provides scientists and amateur naturalists a means to publish their sightings
As a contributor to the team’s efforts, you will receive: