Western Great Lakes Bird & Bat Observatory

Headquarters at Forest Beach Migratory Preserve

Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II

Work on the 2nd Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas continues. To find out more information about the atlas log on to the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology site. Your help is crucial.

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Our Mission

To advance the conservation of birds and bats in Wisconsin and throughout the Western Great Lakes Region through coordinated research, monitoring, and education.


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Request for a WGLBBO Speaker

Are you interested in learning more about WGLBBO and our important research and monitoring projects? Simply download, fill out and return our  REQUEST FORM. 

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Thank You!

The Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory likes to think of our friends and supporters as “investors” in conservation science, and we are enormously grateful for the support they have shown for WGLBBO’s work over the past 14 months. MEET OUR DONORS.

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