Category Archives: birds

Banding Birds

On Saturday, Marcy 29, Allen Chartier was back at Dahlem doing another bird banding program, this time for the public.  Nearly 40 visitors came to watch and help release birds.  Here are some of the highlights. Watching to see what’s … Continue reading

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Frozen in Time

Tuesday morning started off rather overcast, but great things lay ahead, for the Tuesday Morning Group was headed to Ann Arbor to visit the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology, specifically to take in the bird collection. I was early … Continue reading

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Bird Banding

It was a rather cold morning when a local cub scout pack came out to Dahlem this month for their Blue and Gold awards outing.  For their program, they brought in Allen Chartier, who is a Michigan bird bander. Earlier … Continue reading

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Wow!

You just never know what you might encounter on a walk out here at Dahlem. Every Tuesday morning, Gary leads a nature walk, usually on our property.  While his specialty is birds, the topics covered range from birds to mushrooms, … Continue reading

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Field Work

It was Tuesday…time for another Tuesday Morning Walk!  This week Gary was meeting the group out in a field near Waterloo to look for grassland bird species. It was a lovely morning, although, as you can tell by what everyone … Continue reading

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