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A Canada Warbler awaits. Photo courtesy of Darrell Lawson

Beaver Island Birding Trail Memorial Weekend events are being structured around CDC recommendations at this point in time. Three presentations will be offered on May 29th and 30th by professors of biology in the Beaver Island Community Center (BIC Center) auditorium. Those will include Beaver Island Archipelago Bird Migration research, Orchids and Bog Plants of Beaver Island, and Monarchs, Milkweeds, Mimicry, and Migration:  The Story of Co-evolution, an Endangered Biological Phenomenon, and the Decline of a Charismatic Butterfly. A very limited number of spaces are available on guided field trips. For more information about events follow the BIBT Facebook page, the Beaver Island Community Center, or check the BI Community Calendar at: https://biccenter.org/calendar/  All presentations at the BIC Center are free and open to the public-masks required and physical distancing. 

The Beaver Island Birding Trail is designed to allow birders of all abilities access to maps, checklists, travel information, and much more for an exceptional self-guided experience year round. This information can be found at: www.beaverislandbirdingtrail.org

The BIBT and events are managed by the Beaver Island Association.