Feeding the Spirit at Local Long-term Care Facilities; Caribbean Biological Corridor in Guatemala; Birdathon 2016 Grantees; May Program: The History of Goose Pond; Lots of Upcoming Field Trips; Tribute Program in Memory of Liz Day
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American White Pelicans have arrived in large numbers at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, Greene Co, IN!
Donation to CILTI: Glacier's End; Birdathon Grantee Updates; March Program: 100 Years of Indiana State Parks; April Program: Indiana Landscape in 1816; Sparrow ID Workshop; Upcoming Field Trips
Former non-game bird biologist for the DNR, John Castrale, receiving the Sagamore of the Wabash from Indiana Senator Crider. February 29, 2016, Supreme Court Room.
Happy 35th anniversary to Wild Birds Unlimited! That's founder, Jim Carpenter, standing in front of his first store in Broad Ripple.
Carl Weber Remembered; Conservation Award; January Program: The History of Goose Pond; February Program: Cerulean Warblers and Birdathon Funds; Sparrow Workshop; Upcoming Field Trips
Killdeers winter in Indiana in fairly small numbers. So, it is a treat to see one in December and January. This was one of four birds seen at the Red Gold plant in Geneva, Adams Co., during the Limberlost Christmas Bird Count on Jan 1.
Our friend and great supporter, Carl Weber, passed away on November 2. Carl, along with the late Bud Starling, were for decades the two pillars of the Indianapolis birding community. Carl's friendly persona and sense of humor charmed everyone who met him. He was a tireless supporter of Amos Butler Audubon and the birds. He will be dearly missed.
Christmas Bird Counts; November Program: Patterns in Nature; December Program: Insects in Winter; Waterfowl Workshop; Upcoming Field Trips
Many birders have been visiting Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife Area, La Porte Co., IN, since Monday because of a Red Phalarope being present. This tundra breeder and ocean wanderer is occasionally seen on the Great Lakes in fall migration but it is rare inland and very rare for one that can be reliably chased.