There’s still time to vote for Indiana Audubon’s Got Talent! The annual Bird Calling Competition at the Indiana Dunes Birding Festival may have been cancelled, but we’re bringing the show on the road this summer and allowing you the chance to vote for the winner. Voting began July 10, and with every vote you cast, you get an entry into a special 2021 Indiana Dunes Birding Festival prize package. The voting deadline is July 25. All funds raised support the Indiana Audubon Mumford & Keller Grants and Scholarship Program.
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