The Indiana Young Birders Club offers everything a young birder needs. Field trips, newsletters, conservation projects, outreach programs and of course many birding friends and contacts! The IYBC also has a blog! Indiana Young Birders – Birding Today…Protecting Tomorrow One unique thing that the Indiana Young Birders Club offers is a Fledgling membership for young
2013: Michigan Audubon proudly presents – the Michigan Young Birders Club! Here is the information on the brand new club from the Michigan Audubon’s Website: ======= As 2013 begins Michigan Audubon looks forward to something that has been in the planning stages for the past year, the launch of a Michigan Young Birders Club (MYBC).
The mission of the Iowa Young Birders Club: Iowa Young Birders promotes engagement with our natural world and conservation issues by empowering young Iowans to study and enjoy birds and birding. The Iowa Young Birders Club came to life on July 14, 2011 from the work of Carl and Linda Bendorf. The organization is an
Young birders in Illinois are fortunate. In March of 2010 the Illinois Young Birders Club was formed under the umbrella of the Illinois Ornithological Society. This statewide club organizes field trips and produces a quarterly newsletter for its members. The cost to join is just $10 per year and is open to ages 9-18. Adults
The Ohio Young Birders Club (OYBC) is a young naturalist’s dream come true. Started by the Black Swamp Bird Observatory (BSBO) in 2006, it has grown so much over the years and there is no end to this growth in sight. The Black Swamp Bird Observatory hosts many young birder events. It is the heart
For 2013 we have decided to make a concerted effort to promote the accomplishments and importance of young birders. The Future of Conservation The future of conservation belongs to young birders. We need to do all we can for them now so they have a strong foundation for college, careers, and long-term conservation. Within the
Saturday November 3rd and Sunday November 4th was the 6th Annual Ohio Young Birders Conference. In one word it was…AMAZING! This year it was held at the Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm. The place is a gorgeous environmental education center in Dayton, Ohio. This conference is not just for members of the club: anyone can
Sammie is the Birdfreak Team’s Illinois young birder. She attended the Bald Eagle Watch Weekend at Starved Rock State Park in Northern Illinois. She writes: Yesterday, on Saturday, January 28, I went with my grandma, grandpa, and sister to Starved Rock State Park for their annual Eagle Watch Weekend. We woke up earlier than we