We were concerned about a recent news report on the status of our monarch butterfly friends. To learn more please follow this link.
February 14 through 17 is this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count. It is rapidly becoming a great supplement to Audubon’s Annual Christmas Bird Count as a means of getting an overview of numbers and locations of birds.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3. Create a free account. Count birds for at least 15 minutes during one or more of the days. Enter the results.
Be a part of this event that supports birds everywhere.
There are instruction aids and information for educators available at their website…Great Backyard Bird Count.
Our new website is under construction. Please look for more information as we build and grow. But that’s not the only reason we are connected.
Our annual meeting centered around connections we have to each other, to our watershed, to other environmental advocacy groups. It was held January 18, 2014 at Bay Forest Clubhouse. Guest speakers gave a wonderful peek into efforts being put forth by various environmental groups and long-range planning for our watershed. Let’s remember….we….are….connected.