Welcome to the Grand Rapids Audubon Club website
GRAC is on Summer Break
However, you can still take advantage of field trips throughout the summer months. And it's always time to plan ahead for our 2017-18 membership program schedule beginning in September with our guest speaker Helen Taylor from the Nature Conservancy.
GRAC Needs Your Help
Once again we are in need of a Junior Audubon leader. We are also in need of an Audubon Adventures chairperson. If you are interested in one of these positions, or know someone who is, please contact GRAC President John Chronowski at firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAC President Visits WZZM
GRAC President John Chronowski recently was a guest on WZZM’s program The Exchange to talk about the club’s efforts in promoting and protecting wild birds. Click on the image left for a link to the broadcast.
New entry on Special Events page
River City Wild Ones will be celebrating their 10th anniversary with a special program on September 18, 2017 with guest speaker Heather Holm. Find more details here.
Plantings that Attract Birds
Ever wonder what plants will help attract birds? National Audubon has a native plant database tailored to various geographic areas. Click on the inquisitive kids to the left for a link to the Audubon website. Just enter your zip code and receive a list of plants along with the species of birds that the plantings will attract.
Wink, Wink, Nod, Nod
Click here for a very subtle bird related cartoon.
GRAC field trips are now available into the month of June
Live video streams of birds and other animals
Explore.org offers numerous links to live streaming video sites of birds and animals throughout the United States and the world. At that site you can watch eagles, owls and ospreys raise their young.
Interesting eBird sightings for March 2017, April 2017 and May 2017 are available. An eBird summary will be available each month on the website. Earlier reports are available on request from email@example.com.