Efforts to Save Crown Hill Woods; Christmas Bird Count Reports; Audubon at the IMA; March Program: Orchids; April Program: Latin American and Caribbean Birding; Warbler Workshop; Upcoming Field Trips
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An Oregon Dark-eyed Junco has been frequenting their feeders for the past couple of months. This subspecies has a dark hood, a reddish back and light brownish flanks. Be sure to keep an eye out for this cool little bird if you visit the park!
Caribbean Biological Corridor; Goose Pond Raptor Field Trip Report; January Program: Birding in Uganda – The Pearl of Africa; February Program: The Secret Love Life of Birds; Lakefront Field Trip; Christmas Bird Count for Kids
The Eastern Meadowlark's flutelike song can be heard during the summer months over grasslands throughout the state. As this photo from Leota, Indiana birder and photographer Brian Lowry shows, they can also be found during the winter.
Many Audubon members are aware that the Veterans Administration purchased a 14.75-acre forested tract of land in Crown Hill Cemetery with the intention to develop the site with columbaria to inter the remains of veterans. This tract is the core of an irreplaceable urban forest characterized in 2006 by DNR scientists as “a true high quality remnant of Indiana’s pre-settlement forest
Indiana is lucky if one of these rare visitors is found around the lakefront during the winter months. This November, not one but two Townsend's Solitaires have been reported in the state
Our friends at the Indiana Raptor Center are hosting their 6th annual Raptor Rendezvous on Sunday November 13th, from 1:00 - 4:30 PM at the Abe Martin Lodge in beautiful Brown County State Park.
Christmas Bird Counts; November Program: Black-capped Vireos; December Program: Children of Indiana Nature Park; Goose Pond & Universal Mine Field Trips; Beers with Birders!
These little jokers have shown up in Indiana earlier this season and with more sightings than most years. This bird was photographed today at Eagle Creek Park.
Although the fall migrants didn't feel like cooperating at Daubenspeck Community Nature Park on this beautiful morning, that didn't stop the group of 20+ participants from having a ton of fun!