To advance the conservation of birds and bats in Wisconsin and throughout the Western Great Lakes Region through coordinated research, monitoring, and education.
Amid the current time of trial and uncertainty, we are certain of two things:
1. That people like you can make a real, beneficial difference to the birds and bats of Wisconsin and the Western Great Lakes Region
2. That one of the best ways to do this is by supporting the Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory
As the Observatory nears the 10th anniversary of its founding by the late Noel Cutright, it also is entering just its third year as an independent non-profit. Help us continue to do good conservation science and make 2020 our most productive yet with a tax-deductible gift.
Are you …a backyard birder? Big on bats? A citizen scientist? An eco-enthusiast? Are you passionate about the power of scientific research to identify ways to nurture and sustain our environment? We invite you to join our e-mail newsletter. Learn about the current projects - why they are important and what we are discovering that has local, regional and global impact. Stay informed to be empowered.
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.
Monarch Tag-and-Release Celebration - STILL SCHEDULED
Note: tagging will be from 1:45 to 2 p.m.
Fun for the whole family! Attendees will tag and release Monarchs, take guided tours of Forest Beach Migratory Preserve, and enjoy Monarch-decorated cakes....