Featured in this edition:

  • Award-winning Peregrine Falcon Photo
  • Earth Hour, March 31, 8:30pm
  • Indianapolis Christmas Count Summary
  • Spring Field Trips
  • Special Members-only Outings
  • Volunteer Workdays
[PDF] Read the March/April 2012 Newsletter

Events & Activities

Tuesday February 9,
7:30 PM -

Cerulean Warblers and Birdathon Funds

Wednesday February 10,
8:00 AM -

Marian University EcoLab

Saturday February 13,
7:00 AM -

Winter Lakefront Trip

Sunday February 14,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Wednesday February 17,
8:00 AM -

Marian University EcoLab

Sunday February 21,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Wednesday February 24,
8:00 AM -

Marian University EcoLab

Saturday February 27,
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Love is in the Air

Sunday February 28,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Sunday March 6,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

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