Recent eBird Sightings
Notice: Interesting eBird sightings for April 2017, May 2017 and June 2017 are available. An eBird summary will be available each month on the website. Earlier reports are available on request from email@example.com.
In July, passerines are busy feeding fledged young or caring for second broods. The first Arctic breeding adult shorebirds start heading south and can show up in Michigan by late July. The Muskegon Wastewater and other shorebird habitats offer good locations to check out. Rare or unusual species are always a possibility after the passage of strong storm fronts.
Allegan County (eBird link)
Saugatuck Dunes State Park Natural Area
Prairie Warbler 2 Jul 18
Piping Plover 1 Jul 19
-- bird has leg bands
Kent County (eBird link)
Follow the Peregrine Falcons in downtown Grand Rapids by clicking here.
Caledonia Sewage Ponds
Short-billed Dowitcher 1 Jul 21
Muskegon County (eBird link)
Ottawa County (eBird link)
Hayes E of 68th Ave
Western Meadowlark 1 continuing Jul 15
Least Bittern 1 continuing Jul 19