• PIGEON RIVER

    SITE DESCRIPTION Pigeon River’s 11,605 acres provide for a wide variety of avian habitats, including mature deciduous woodlands, second-growth woodlands, pine plantations, brushy fields, agricultural fields, lakes, ponds, marshes, and creeks/rivers. Many birds can be seen by driving the county roads through the property, a method that covers many different Read more [...]

  • HUNTINGTON RESERVOIR

    SITE DESCRIPTION Photo taken by Ryan Sanderson of a Double-crested Cormorant (example of a bird that can be seen at the reservoir) J. Edward Roush Lake, a flood-control reservoir on the Wabash River, is surrounded by patches of woodlands, early successional fields, weedy fields, several small ponds, and agricultural areas. Read more [...]

  • SALAMONIE RESERVOIR

    SITE DESCRIPTION Photos taken by John Valesquez at Salamonie Reservoir This large area contains virtually every habitat found in northeast Indiana. Consequently, it attracts a wide variety of birds, and has probably produced more rarities than any other site in this part of the state. Although Salamonie is not consistently Read more [...]

  • POKAGON STATE PARK

    SITE DESCRIPTION Photos taken by Steve Sass at the Indiana Audubon Society’s Fall Festival in 2011. The Indiana Young Birders Club designed T-shirts for Ken & Kim Kaufman and Brad Bumgardner. Its landscape formed by receding glaciers some 12,000 years ago, Pokagon State Park features a rolling terrain covered with Read more [...]

  • FOX ISLAND

    Site Description The park’s 605 acres, including a 270-acre dedicated state nature preserve, contain perhaps the largest remaining tract of woodland in Allen County. Sloping down from a forested prehistoric sand dune near the western outlet of ancient Lake Maumee, the mature woodlands become low and swampy in the Little Read more [...]

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