Barry County is one of the few refuges that remain for the Cerulean Warbler. These birds require connected forests greater than 2,000 acres in size. Lack of suitable habitat is the reason the Cerulean Warbler is the fastest-declining songbird species in North America. Only about 1,000 birds are found in Michigan each year.
Cerulean Warbler Weekend (June 4-6) is an opportunity to learn more about the bird and what we can do to protect it. Workshops and guided nature experiences will teach how to identify the habitat and song of the Cerulean Warbler.
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For more information about 2010 Cerulean Warbler tours, contact:
Wendy Tatar, Program Coordinator email:wendy@michiganaudubon or call 517-886-9144