Ohio: Magee Marsh
|When: May 12, 2017 12:00 AM to May 19, 2017 12:00 PM|
Dan van den Broek
May 12 -19, 2017 | This trip will highlight Magee Marsh, a prime stopover location for northbound migrants during spring, where we’re likely to encounter over 25 species of colorful eastern warblers.
** Trip Full, but sign up for Wait list below as cancellations DO occur!**
May 12-19th, 2017
Magee Marsh and adjacent Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge are famous for attracting phenomenal numbers of migratory birds, including more than 20 species of wood warblers. These birds use this stopover to refuel before continuing their journey across Lake Erie and into Canada where many of them breed. We'll also visit Huron National Forest in Michigan where successful fire management of Jack Pine has led to an increase in numbers of Kirtland's Warbler, North America's rarest warbler.
Leaders: Dan van den Broek and Patty Newland
Group Size: Limited to 14 participants
Tentative Fee: $1995 members / $2195 non-members
Deposit: $1000 to secure your space
What is included: Ground transportation, double-occupancy lodging, entrance fees for planned activities, all meals except dinners, and the services of your leaders. Not included: Airfare and dinners.
For more information contact Dan van den Broek at firstname.lastname@example.org or 971-222-6105.