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Nesting Ball May 18, 2019-Waterford

In spring, birds scavenge the neighborhoods in search of perfect nesting materials. Each bird species builds its nest a little differently. Make a nesting ball and then keep an eye out for a nest in your neighborhood that includes materials you provided. Michigan State University Extension – Master Gardeners. MSUE program sponsored by Genisys Credit […]

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Feather Fest May 18, 2019-Clarkston

Fly over to the nature center to celebrate our feathered friends. Bring your binoculars (or borrow ours) and hike through the woods to get a closer look at Michigan bird migrants and residents. Channel your inner bird and migrate through a game or obstacle course. Make-and-take crafts and other activities will round out the afternoon. […]

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Amphibian Amble May 10, 2019-Clarkston

Spring is the time for frogs, toads and salamanders to amble down to the ponds for breeding and egg-laying. Male frogs put forth a nightly chorus to attract a mate. During this family program, join a naturalist indoors to learn how to identify different types of frogs based on their calls, enjoy a game, then […]

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Flying Free Again May 11, 2019-Madison Heights

Have you ever found an unaccompanied baby bird or an injured bird and wondered what to do? Meet Marg Sapp, DNR permitted wild bird rehabilitator and founder of Wild Wings Bird Rehabilitation, to learn how to help songbirds of all ages fly free again. Three teaching pigeons will also visit to help debunk the stigma […]