Featured in this edition:
  • 2010 Christmas Bird Counts
  • The Big Sit
  • Sandhill Crane Field Trip
  • Partner Highlight:  Indiana Wildlife Federation

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Events & Activities

Sunday October 2,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Saturday October 8,
6:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Sparrow Field Trip – Goose Pond FWA

Sunday October 9,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Tuesday October 11,
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Gene Stratton-Porter's Birding Legacy

Sunday October 16,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Saturday October 22,
8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Wetlands Educational Workshop with Jessica Hembold @ Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge

Sunday October 23,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

Sunday October 30,
9:00 AM -

Eagle Creek - Bird Hikes

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