Donate to Birdathon 2013
We need your help in raising $30,000 to fund habitat protection for Cerulean Warblers and other species in Columbia; fund habitat restoration at Marian University's Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab and Barton Park in Indianapolis; conduct research on Cerulean Warblers in Indiana; provide environmental education to local, underserved elementary students and campers; construct an exterior structure to house unreleasable birds used in education at the Eagle Creek Ornithology Center; purchase equipment to assist wildlife rehabilitators in treating injured and impaired birds. To learn more about the projects that will be funded in 2013, visit the Birdathon page HERE.
If you prefer to make a donation by check, please indicate the team and/or individual you are supporting, if applicable, and mail to Donna McCarty, Birdathon Chair, 7492 Runningbrook Ct., Indianapolis, IN 46254. For questions about donations, please contact Donna at
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