The Kirtland's Warbler Audubon Society
The Kirtland's Warbler Audubon Society is a chapter of the Michigan Audubon
Society and was founded over 15 years ago in the small community of Comins
Michigan, which is located on the northern range of the Kirtland's Warbler
summer breeding grounds. It's membership continues to grow and grow with a
broad group of individuals from many localities.
Members, friends and the public gather together on the fourth Tuesday
of every month with presentations from some interesting folks involved in
and around the nature field as well as some wonderful story telling fun
amongst all in attendance! Meeting times are held at 7:00P.M. in the Clinton
Township Hall on M-33 in Comins on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
Dues: Single-$7.00 Couple-$12.00
What's on tap at the next meeting?
Kirtland's Warbler Photo's
Kirtland's Warbler Links
Kirtland's Warbler Nesting Seasons Summary
Kirtland's Warbler - Annual Census Results
Kirtland's Warbler - Facts Sheet
Forest Service Kirtland's Warbler Page
Michigan DNR Kirtland's Warbler
US Fish and Wildlife Services, Ecological Services
Kirtland's Warbler Pair breeds in Canada?
Vice President: Ken Troyer
Secretary: Joan Beauregard
Treasurer: Warren Keith
Newsletter: Bill Houston
Webmaster: Gary Gee