- 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 habitats fairly quickly. Walking the trails can be quite rewarding Read more...
- 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. The Huntington Reservoir property extends for some distance east of Read more...
- 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 excellent birding, over 100 species can be recorded on good Read more...
- 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 woodlands, several small lakes with swampy edges, marshlands, meadows, and Read more...
- 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 River bottoms. There are also areas of second-growth woods, bushy Read more...
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Indiana Audubon Society's mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and other groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana's natural heritage, its unique flora and fauna.