Welcome to the Grand Rapids Audubon Club website
GRAC is on Summer Break
Grand Rapids Audubon Club will return to our monthly membership meetings in September. Until then keep checking back for updates on our field trip schedules. You can always use eBird to keep current on bird sightings in the area.
GRAC Field Trip Schedule Update
Bill Sweetman is again offering several tour opportunities. See the Special Events page for details
Upcoming trips: Summer Marsh Field Trip, Saturday, July 6, 8:00 AM; Don't forget the recurring Millennium Park field trips every Thursday.
Michigan Audubon 2019 Seminar Series
Michigan Audubon is excited that the 2019 Seminar Series is beginning to take shape and this year’s lineup has a little something for everyone. Seminars are free and open to the public. Sessions take place on the second Monday of each month. Click here for details.
Upcoming Michigan Birding Festivals
Just like the flowers springing up at this time of year, birding festivals are blooming. For a list of the major festivals and links to their websites click here.
Whiting Forest of Dow Gardens Birding Festival
Birders of all abilities are invited to Midland, Michigan for the inaugural Whiting Forest of Dow Gardens Birding Festival, September 19 to 21, 2019. Attendees will learn from more than 20 distinguished conservationists, researchers, photographers, naturalists, and environmental educators. For complete details click here.
Help Lead the Grand Rapids Audubon Club
There are still opportunities to help lead GRAC forward. We still need volunteers for a few positions that are important to the club. Click here for details.
GRAC makes a real difference right here in West Michigan through environmental and nature education and advocacy. This is your chance to help. If you want to volunteer or have questions, contact Scott Hutchings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worldwide Bird Cams
Clicking on the thumbnail left leads to a site featuring live streaming bird cams, updated videos, and/or updated photographs of nesting wild birds. You can follow the efforts of the parents and the progress of the young birds by periodically visiting these nest cam sites. Click Here for a nesting Great Horned Owl in Michigan's Upper Peninsula courtesy of the Copper Country Audubon Club.
GRAC Media Pages Include Photographs and Videos